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Hi Charles,

I think, this spiral is not the one I need. I don't see forward movement in
the second arrow. This is like traveling circle upward.

Honza


On 14 May 2013 15:08, Charles Butler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> Possible forward spiral - LIBRAS - minhoca - earthworm
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> Also written this way with one movement, but the above combination may be
> more accurate.
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> I don't find a "spiral" motion in sign bank otherwise.
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> Charles Butler
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>  *From:* Honza <[log in to unmask]>
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Sent:* Tuesday, May 14, 2013 4:26 AM
> *Subject:* Re: Elbow movement and some details
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> Hi Adam and Val for your comments.
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> 1 - I mean the elbow movement you can see in attached video.
> 4 - Adam, you are right, I mean forward spiral movement, that is different
> from the movement Val shown.
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> Thanks
> Honza
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> On 13 May 2013 17:58, Adam Frost <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Here are some replies from me below.
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> Adam
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> On May 13, 2013, at 6:16 AM, Honza wrote:
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> Hello Val,
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> I have some specific question:
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>    1. Is there way how to write down movement of an elbow? Maybe it is
>    possible to use some "neutral" arrows for that somehow.
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> What type of movement of the elbow are you talking about? Can you show us
> what you mean?
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>    1. As you know, in Puddle there are two rub symbols. One "left" and
>    one "right". Is there any difference in the direction of movements?
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> I guess in theory you could say there is a difference following the
> rotation of the curl, but most people don't really pay attention to that
> detail and only choice one.
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>    1. I am not sure about using (( alternating lines. I don't see any way
>    where this can be useful, due all information are included in movement
>    arrows.
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> You are absolutely correct. That is the reason that I don't usually use
> most of the timing symbols because the movement arrows already tell me that
> information, but there are some people who feel that repetition of
> information is needed and therefore use it.
>
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>    1. Is there easy way how to write down circular+forward movement?
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> I know that Val replied already, but are you talking about a forward
> looping movement (which would be what Val showed) or are you talking about
> a forward spiral movement?
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> Thank you.
> Honza
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