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Valerie, Stefan, and others,
Somehow I had gotten onto this page:
http://wpspc20.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/SignWritingEditor2/
which seems to be more of an experimental version.

When I double click on a sign, I get an editor with an on screen 
keyboard and a little composing box above the sign with the sign in it.  
It works similar to SignPuddle, in that signs can be edited in the box.  
However, I noticed that it has at least one problem - highlighted glyphs 
change to another glyph during their highlight, then change back to the 
proper glyph when not highlighted.

Bill


On 10/5/2011 5:30 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> October 5, 2011
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> Hello Stefan!
> This is all so wonderful, and no rush at all. I know you are under 
> deadline right now and are too busy to teach us...so there is plenty 
> of time later. You have already answered some of my questions and it 
> is clear for me now. Thank you for attaching the diagrams below... 
>  Val ;-)
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> On Oct 5, 2011, at 1:46 PM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:
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>> Follow this link:
>> http://wpspc20.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/SignWritingEditor3/
>> ....You are right! Just go ahead and type word by word. Or copy and 
>> paste from a word document.
>> Whenever there are more than one entry for a given term you can look 
>> for  alternative signs with the little blue triangles which show up 
>> if you move the mouse over the signwriting symbols. (see attached gifs)
>> Well I understand that we will need to write a short tutorial – smile 
>> .  But I can tell you – it is a wonderful program and teachers for 
>> deaf and hard of hearing, SL -  interpreters, SL-instructors, 
>> signers, parents, medical staff,   will take so much advantage out of 
>> this.
>> Stefan
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