That looks great Steve. In the PDF, 7.D, "Horizontal Layout" (page 23
of 42), it says "Signs with head symbols are centered in the upper head
lane." In the example, though, you just show signs that have heads at
the top and the heads are centered, not the whole sign.
On 2/22/2012 12:30 PM, Steve Slevinski wrote:
> Hi SignWriting List,
> Today, I completed the initial draft of the Modern SignWriting
> specification. The document contains technical details and
> applications for the international SignPuddle data set.
> Table of Contents
> 1. Stability
> 2. Historical Foundation
> 3. International Corpus
> 4. Mathematical Model
> 5. Symbol Set
> 6. Symbol Encoding
> 7. Script Layout
> 8. Text Encoding
> 9. Regular Searching Form
> 10. Variant Display Forms
> 11. Sorting Terminology
> 12. Spelling Normalization
> Project Page: https://github.com/Slevinski/msw
> Direct PDF link: https://github.com/Slevinski/msw/raw/master/MSW.pdf
> Today, I also released an alpha version of the SignWriting Image
> Server v3. It has been updated to be consistent with the MSW document
> and it covers all of the various sections of MSW with working and
> tested functions. I have a bit more work before it is production
> ready, but I'm very pleased with what I have so far.
> Project Page: https://github.com/Slevinski/swis
> PS - Happy Birthday Val!!!