[Sw-l] Sutton SignWriting Web Components v1.1.0 with symbol palette

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Fri Dec 9 00:02:51 UTC 2022

SignWriting List
December 8. 2022

Hello SW List members and web developers -

Thank you, Steve, for this spectacular development -

Quite an accomplishment ...

I hope SW Symbol Palettes will pop up on web sites and projects all over the internet -

As Steve says below, use <fsw-palette></fsw-palette> and your ready to go….

Val ;-)


> On Dec 8, 2022, at 2:16 PM, Steve Slevinski <slevin at SIGNPUDDLE.NET> wrote:
> Hi SignWriting List,
> I'm happy to announce that v1.1.0 of the Sutton SignWriting Web Components is now ready.  This update includes the symbol palette for both character sets of Formal SignWriting in ASCII (FSW) and SignWriting in Unicode (SWU).
> * https://www.sutton-signwriting.io/sgnw-components/fsw-palette.html
> * https://www.sutton-signwriting.io/sgnw-components/sgnw-palette.html
> The symbol palette supports various sizes and orientations as well as adding custom symbol palette layouts.  Click on symbols and icons to view more symbols.  Supports drag&drop from symbol palette with a symbolPaletteDrop event.
> Next I'll be working on the signbox component, the sequence component, and more.
> The web components are designed for web developers to supercharge their development projects for SignWriting.  If you need a symbol palette for your project, use <fsw-palette></fsw-palette> and your ready to go.
> Regards,
> -Steve
> https://steveslevinski.me
> https://donate.sutton-signwriting.io



Valerie Sutton
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