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From:  Stuart Thiessen
Date:  Tue Apr 9, 2002  8:59 pm
Subject:  Re: exporting columnized sgn to bmp


Out of curiousity, was it vertical or horizontally printed? If
horizontally, what conventions were used to indicate body shifts (unless
Spanish Sign Language doesn't employ them?) or other aspects that vertical
printing makes easier to see?

Thanks,

Stuart

Stuart Thiessen
Des Moines, IA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Valerie Sutton"
To:
Sent: Tuesday, 09 April 2002 15:42
Subject: Re: exporting columnized sgn to bmp


> part two of the message - columnized as a separate little file
> Stefan ;-)
>
> ---------
>
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> SignWriting List
> April 9, 2002
>
> I am so happy to know ColumnMaker is working for someone - ha! Thanks
> for the information, Stefan...
>
> Steve Parkhurst gave me a gift of his wonderful new mystery novel
> written in Spanish Sign Language (Madrid), in SignWriting. It is a
> 140 page book purely in SignWriting with no spoken language. It was
> typed and printed with SignWriter DOS (4.4)...With a good laser
> printer, Steve and Dianne create a beautiful book - I was amazed at
> the quality...so there are still good experiences with SignWriter in
> DOS, after all these yearss...
>
> Because of this, I know the SignWriter DOS program will continue to
> be used, even when a SignWriter Mac and SignWriter Windows is ready
> (java) someday. There will always be people who have older computers
> who will prefer the DOS version...
> --
> Val ;-)
>
>
>
> Valerie Sutton
>
>
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