I would like to know how to create a paper dictionary (like a book) by importing ALL LSQ signs from sign puddle. I could show that to collegue students, interpreters and use it myself.
Also, can we develop a technical dictionary (like for a student electrician) that will also be part of the main dictionary?
Would there be a way to gather a pdf subset of the main dictionary that the student could share with several interpreters working with him-her?
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2013 17:30:46 -0700
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Subject: Re: Sign puddle online does not translate existing words
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October 2, 2013
Hello Andre, and Andre, Steve and Jonathan!
So ….we have some wonderful software that needs to be better coordinated - but both programs by themselves work well. Right now, Steve needs to complete the new SinPuddle 3 and get it uploaded, because it also contains new features that everyone wants, and it has taken longer than expected to complete the software…
Regarding creating your own dictionaries, there is not only SignWriter Studio, but also the PersonalPuddle, and Private Web Puddles, and you can also use SignPuddle Online and label your signs as yours in the Source and those signs could always be transferred to SignWriter Studio maybe? can one reverse the process? - ha! In time, all these programs will work well together I am sure…both Jonathan and Steve work for very little pay and are working hard to make the programs work well -
So for now, I would either use the workaround that Jonathan suggested, or edit the signs in SignText, not SignMaker… let me test this myself - I am sorry I have not done that yet -
SignBank would not work with this because it has not been updated for years but I want to update it in the future -
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