Sleeping Beauty page 10

K.J. Boal kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu May 3 17:08:35 UTC 2007

Ah, I see... boy, I really need to start trusting my first impressions!!!  I 
have it right in my handwritten notes, but when I was putting it into 
SignText, I remember thinking that the movement is similar to the letter 
"J", so I changed it to the same rotation symbol.  Thanks for the correction 
and clarification!


>From: "Adam Frost" <adam at>
>Reply-To: sw-l at
>To: sw-l at
>Subject: Re: [sw-l] Sleeping Beauty page 10
>Date: Wed, 2 May 2007 23:44:25 -0700
>I see what you mean by rotations are your weakness. :-) They used to be 
>too until Val was able to clarify them for me. The double stem and single
>stem in the rotation mean just the same as they do with arrows. In the 
>and last sign in the second column, you have the arm rotation parallel to
>the wall, but the hand parallel to the floor. I am guessing that you want 
>have the rotation parallel to the floor like you have the hand. ;-) That
>would be the single stem rotation. I attached an example of the sign with
>the correct arrows.
>On 5/2/07, kjoanne403 at <kjoanne403 at> wrote:
>>One more to come... by the way, is there a way to get out of SignMail and
>>back to SignPuddle 1.5 without going through three or four links? A link
>>on this page similar to the umbrella logo?
>>Load message into SignText
>>Courtesy of <>
>>489da9ed9f1fa162df3285acc462eaa3 = 489da9ed9f1fa162df3285acc462eaa3

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