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I  was also able to view the video.
Best regards
Nedelina

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 7:56 PM, Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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April 20, 2010

This is great news, Bill...thank you for confirming this...this is because Adam Frost fixed my code and now everyone can view it - I am glad - thank you, Adam ;-)

And I think Ed did a good job on the video - and that is another topic - maybe I should post a true interpretation of what he said, in English, on the video? Anyone want to take a stab at giving me the English interpretation of what he said?

smile -

Val ;-)

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On Apr 20, 2010, at 12:43 PM, Bill Reese wrote:

> I had no trouble reading this in Firefox or IE 8 on a PC laptop.
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> Bill
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> On 4/20/2010 1:59 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:
>> SignWriting List
>> April 20, 2010
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>> Hello Everyone!
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>> I need your help. Can you view the video from YouTube that I just posted on the front page of our web site?:
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>> Go to:
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>> SignWriting Site
>> http://www.SignWriting.org
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>> This is the first time I have ever embedded a video from YouTube on a web page, and it is in Flash, or SWF I guess...
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>> I have never posted a video in Flash before, and DreamWeaver, the program I use to do web design, keeps telling me that I have to do several things to make it visible on the new Internet Explorer...and I am having problems...it shows up on my Mac, but I am concerned maybe it will not be visible on a PC?
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>> Does anyone use the latest version of Internet Explorer on Windows? Because the Mac no longer uses Internet Explorer and I have no way to test it...
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>> The video is wonderful! A Deaf man, named Ed, from Michigan, who attends the Deaf Church that Pastor Ron Dettloff directs, explains in ASL that he was born Deaf and that he learned a little SignWriting but still needs to learn more, and then he reads out loud in ASL from the book written in SignWriting...He does a great job and it is a good video - Thank you, Ed and Ron, for doing this for us, and giving us permission to post...
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>> Thanks for your feedback, everyone!
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>> Val ;-)
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Val ;-)


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