|SignWriting List Forum|
Valerie Sutton |
Date: Mon Feb 15, 1999 10:34 pm
Subject: Re: Typing SW in a Japanese Program
>> We could essentially write the signs in SignWriting in Japanese Sign
>> Language and store them fully typed in SignBank I and II. Then you could
>> open any word processing program and simultaneously open SignBank and copy
>> and paste entire signs into your document. The SignBank dictionary desk
>Yes! This sounds like a wonderful program, and just what I need.
>> Do you have access to a Macintosh, Mark?
>Unfortunately, no. Anyone know how to convert Mac programs to IBM compatible?
Creating an IBM version of SignBank may take a little time.
Perhaps our IBM experts on the List can tell us about graphic storage
programs on the IBM.... Is there an equivalent to a "scrapbook" desk
accessory on the IBM and compatibles? There must be a little "storage
program" where basic graphics can be stored, which can then be opened
simultaneously while other programs are open?
Valerie Sutton at the DAC
Deaf Action Committee for SW
Center For Sutton Movement Writing
an educational nonprofit organization
Box 517, La Jolla, CA, 92038-0517, USA