On 5/21/19 1:48 PM, Marcos Aurélio Hermogenes Boriola wrote:
> After your answer, I went to my data file and found some SignTexts
> wrote in a different format.
> I.e.: AS10041S10049S20600M18x23S10041n3xn7S10049n17xn7S20600n11xn23
> I'm wondering how to convert this SignText to FSW because I can't see
> the same pattern at the beginning of this SignText like the one you
> converted as an example.
With Formal SignWriting, a sign is written as a two-part word. The
optional prefix is a temporal order for sorting and other time based
processing. The spatial signbox is mandatory.
The sign in question:
The "A" starts the temporal prefix. The symbol keys start with S
followed by 5 additional characters. The "M" starts the spatial
signbox. The "M" stands for middle lane. Other options are "L" for
left and "R" for right.
So to break down the sign...
A S10041 S10049 S206