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It's good; where do you find the curved line? Is it the "slow movement" symbol in the Tension set?KJ> From: signwriting at MAC.COM> Subject: [sw-l] Rotation Symbols> Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2007 07:24:25 -0700> To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu> > SignWriting List> July 6, 2007> > On Jul 5, 2007, at 10:34 PM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:> > How about this ... smile> > Hello Stefan!> Of course your attachement is a better a symbol! I like it very much > and I am sure anyone who knows SignWriting will like it ;-)> > Every time a symbol looks a little different from another one, it has > to be on another key on the future keyboard, and therefore is > considered another symbol in the ISWA, even if we don't see it as > another symbol...> > So I was trying to find a way for people to use the existing symbols > without having to add new symbols to the ISWA...But if it is ok to > add more symbols, I am happy to do it...People are not required to > use the new symbols if they don't want to ;-))> > Combining existing arrows can be read...> > Val ;-)> > > >
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