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Hi Bill,

Thanks for checking.  The sizing code has been fixed on my development 
machine, but I hadn't uploaded the changes to the online test pages.

I just updated the code now, so please try again.

http://signpuddle.net/iswa/demo/glyph_sizing.html

Regards,
-Steve

On 10/24/14, 8:10 PM, Bill Reese wrote:
> Steve,
> I downloaded the latest font file then went back to one of your 
> previous emails and performed the speed and accuracy test.
>
> This is my results using Google's Chrome on Windows XP:
>
> Properly sized 37809 glyphs in 111 seconds with 46740 minor errors
>
> FAILURE: 2 glyphs have sizing errors
> S21410 with size 515x508 is reporting 514x505
> S38303 with size 543x542 is reporting 542x531
>
> Symbols unprocessed: 0
> Additional time required: 0 seconds
>
> Bill
>
>
> On 10/16/2014 6:35 PM, Stephen E Slevinski Jr wrote:
>> Hi SignWriting List,
>>
>> The SignWriting 2010 font development continues.  I've had some major 
>> breakthroughs.  When I started working with the TrueType fonts, I was 
>> unsure how far I could take the development.  I'm happy to report 
>> that everything is falling into place.
>>
>> This work will be a solid foundation for future SignWriting 
>> development.  The reduction in file size, network connections, and 
>> processing is staggering.  Files are 30 times smaller. Thousands of 
>> network connections are eliminated.  Processing is instantaneous 
>> rather than network dependent.
>>
>> While the details are technical, the average user will not need to 
>> know the specifics.  These tools will be used by developers to speed 
>> their development and their resulting applications.
>>
>> I am still working on some of the finer details, so any feedback or 
>> comments are welcome.  If you are feeling adventurous, please view 
>> the source HTML, Javascript, and CSS for more details.
>>
>> http://signpuddle.net/iswa/demo/glyph_sizing.html
>> http://signpuddle.net/iswa/demo/signwriting_2010.js
>> http://signpuddle.net/iswa/demo/signwriting_2010.css
>>
>>
>> Here are a few of the latest achievements.
>>
>> Nice looking symbols
>> ------------------
>> I have been able to improve the TrueType font import so that the 
>> symbol glyphs in the font look as nice the symbol SVG.
>>
>>
>> Two color fonts
>> --------------
>> Rather than a 2-color font, I've created 2 different fonts: one font 
>> for the primary color (SignWriting 2010) and one font for the 
>> secondary color (SignWriting 2010 Filling).  These fonts work together.
>>
>>
>> Properly aligned symbol glyphs in 2-dimensions
>> -----------------------------------------
>> The fonts can be used with SVG or with the HTML 5 Canvas to create 
>> 2-dimensional images.  Either way, the symbol glyphs are easy to 
>> arrange in 2-dimensions without extraneous processing or conditions.  
>> A few dozen simple lines of Javascript can handle either conversion.  
>> ( See functions getSignSvg and getSignCanvas in file 
>> signwriting_2010.js )
>>
>>
>> Symbol glyph sizing
>> -----------------
>> An unusual constraint for SignWriting is that the symbols come in 
>> various sizes.  There are 37,811 symbols.  If we specifically define 
>> the size of each, we need a data file that is over 600 KB.
>>
>> Conversly, we can achieve the same effect with a few dozen simple 
>> lines of Javascript (about 1 KB) using the TrueType font with the 
>> HTML 5 Canvas.  ( See function getSymSize in file signwriting_2010.js 
>> )  There are minor errors (off by 1 pixel) with some of the symbols. 
>> I'm hoping to be able to fix this soon.
>>
>> The function to get the symbol size is quick.  It can be called 
>> thousands of times a second.
>>
>>
>> SignWriting 2010 Glyph Sizing Demo
>> ----------------------------------------------
>> http://signpuddle.net/iswa/demo/glyph_sizing.html
>> ----------------------------------------------
>>
>> The top of the page, starts with the following.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> If you press the "Hello World" button, you will see several sign 
>> image examples.  Each of these images is created by using the 
>> TrueType fonts that have been installed on your computer.
>>
>> The SVG images are similar to what we are using now, but uses SVG 
>> Text with the TrueType font rather than SVG Paths from a server.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> The HTML 5 Canvas works nicely with the TrueType fonts.  The glyphs 
>> are written to the canvas and then the canvas can be converted to a 
>> PNG image.  This all happens in the browser without requiring a 
>> network connection.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> There is also a speed and accuracy checking section.  This section 
>> will compare the actual symbol size against the function derived 
>> size. The test will check each of the 37,811 symbols. The full 
>> accuracy test will take less than a minute.  You can select less time 
>> to end the test early.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Here's the output for a 1 second test:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Here's the output for a 1 minute test:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> If you don't have the fonts installed, you will receive the following 
>> message is you try any of the buttons.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> I updated the development fonts yesterday, so you will need to remove 
>> or replace any SignWriting 2010 fonts from an earlier time.
>>
>> Regards,
>> -Steve
>>
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