[Sw-l] Using LaTeX for SignWriting

David Zitzelsberger dazitzel at LIVE.COM
Sat Feb 27 15:44:22 UTC 2021

I'm not sure how well pdf attachments work through the list, but I have attached the pdf file that Valerie suggested I might share. If that doesn't work, perhaps it will convince me to push it to my github account and share it that way.

Steve gave me a bit to think about regarding this, but I opted to share it as I provided it to them rather than wait.

Anyway, I have a program that reads Formal SignWriting text and makes LaTeX code out of it relying on the SignWriting fonts Steve published.

I've been coding and testing for my own purposes but was finally able to give it a much more extensive test by making https://scribblingsonasl.wordpress.com/king-james-and-asl-bible/ with many thanks to Pastor Dettloff for permission to use his work in making these files.

That worked so well that I wrote the attached document in an attempt to provide a less technical start to using it with a couple examples of SignWriting only text and a couple examples of SignWriting mixed with horizontal text.

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