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2012/3/2 Bill Reese <[log in to unmask]>

>  After looking at those pages a little closer, I realized that the reason
> I could see the signfonts on those archived webpages was because I had the
> fonts installed on my computer.  So, you'll need to do that before looking
> at the webpages.
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> Bill
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> On 3/2/2012 8:23 AM, Bill Reese wrote:
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> I found an archived copy from 2001 here:
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> http://web.archive.org/web/20011006050916/http://members.home.net/dnewkirk/signfont/
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> Not all of the webpages work and many of the pictures aren't there
> anymore, but it appears that the SignFont itself still shows through, along
> with the descriptions.
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> Best to save those webpages to hard-drive lest they disappear from the
> Internet entirely.
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> I had also saved the Windows fonts many years ago and am attaching them
> here.
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> Bill
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> On 3/2/2012 7:16 AM, Claudia S. Bianchini wrote:
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> Hello everybody....
> I'm writing the part of my phd thesis where I compare SW to other
> transcription/writing systems...
> But I can't find the symbol set of Newkirk's SignFont.
>  Is there someone that has a screenshot or an image of this symbole set (I
> don't need a text, but just the sequences of the set, to see how he write
> facial expressions, hands, movements, etc.. I have texts but I can't
> understant how SignFont works)
> Thanks
> Claudia
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> Claudia S. Bianchini
> PhD Student @ Univ. Paris8 + CNRS-UMR7023-SFL
> PhD Student @ Univ. Studi di Perugia + CNR-ISTC-SLDS
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Claudia S. Bianchini
PhD Student @ Univ. Paris8 + CNRS-UMR7023-SFL
PhD Student @ Univ. Studi di Perugia + CNR-ISTC-SLDS
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