Curve floor plane

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Fri Sep 26 20:31:17 UTC 2008

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September 26, 2008

On Sep 26, 2008, at 8:37 AM, Jonathan wrote:
> I am looking for the equivalent of the following in the ISWA.
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Hello Jonathan -
The Rotations parallel to the floor plane are located in Group 19 as  
always, but now the rotations have been opened up to have all possible  
8 rotations...there are several new areas of the ISWA that provide  
more opportunities for writing exact those symbols are  
now a part of the 8 possible rotations around the imaginary forearm  
that is parallel to the front wall while the rotation occurs parallel  
to the floor...see attached screen should have always been  
this way...the old IMWA kept us from using all these possible 8  
rotations, so in the ISWA we are no longer restricted in the same  
way...all the rotations are collapsed together in this one symbol  
giving all possible 8 rotations...

Do not worry...I plan to really explain this well in new documentation  
that is not ready yet...Thanks for your question...Val ;-)

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