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Andre, iff I am trying to get a readable gloss, I tend to use the translate feature and work on how I would think in Gloss-Dependent ASL. I can write directly what I sign, but for speed, I tend to use the translate feature and then adjust it to get clarity. 
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July 24, 2015

André wrote:

On Jul 24, 2015, at 9:23 AM, André Thibeault <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I posted a few messages on the SW list.  I am
> Deafian and I daily use the LSQ (Quebec Sign Language). I am unable to
> write daily
> with a mouse (SignPuddle online) many LSQ sentences without using any
> translation
> options.  However, I am able to write daily with a keyboard (Microsoft
> Word) many French sentences without using any translation options.  I know
> that Val does not like that.  I am sorry if I am too forward about this.
> 
> Val: Would I read any PowerPoint presentation
> using notes?  If so, how could I use them?

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Bonjour André -
Je suis si heureux de vous entendre à nouveau - il a été trop longtemps ;-)

Je l'ai lu et relu votre paragraphe ci-dessous plusieurs fois, pour essayer de se souvenir et comprendre pourquoi vous pensez que je ne l'aime pas "options de traduction" ... Je me sens mal - sourire - Je ne voulais pas limiter quelqu'un - je utiliser les options de traduction tous les temps! ;-)

Peut-être que vous voulez dire en utilisant la fonction Traduire en SignPuddle en ligne? Il est vrai que je préfère personnellement à écrire une phrase directement dans SignText sans l'aide de la fonctionnalité de traduction, mais vous êtes les bienvenus pour travailler différemment, André - nous travaillons tous différemment et qui est une bonne chose ;-)

Beaucoup de gens sont d'accord avec vous - Et le logiciel de DELEGS est idéal pour cette fin trop - à utiliser de mots gloses pour créer des phrases équivalentes écrites en signes -

Je pense que votre entrée sur le sondage de l'enseignant est le plus précieux ... et je suis en espérant que le Dr AbuShaira va étendre la recherche - je vais partager votre message avec lui ...

Je peux vous donner des liens pour télécharger les présentations PowerPoint ... voulez-vous que? Est-ce que vous donner des notes? Voulez-vous télécharger toutes les présentations PowerPoint?

Val ;-)


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Hello André -
I am so glad to hear from you again - it has been too long a time ;-)

I have read and re-read your paragraph below many times, to try to remember and understand why you think I do not like “translation options”…I feel badly - smile - I never meant to limit anyone - I use translation options all the time! ;-)

Maybe you mean using the Translate Feature in SignPuddle Online? It is true that I personally prefer to write a sentence directly in SignText without using the translation feature, but you are welcome to work differently, André - we all work differently and that is a good thing ;-)

Lots of people agree with you - And the DELEGS software program is great for that purpose too - to use word-glosses to create equivalent sentences written in signs -

I think your input on the Teacher’s Survey is most valuable…and I am hoping that Dr. AbuShaira will expand the research - I will share your message with him…

I can give you links to download the PowerPoints...do you want that? Will that give you notes? Do you want to download all the PowerPoints?

Val ;-)



> On Jul 24, 2015, at 9:23 AM, André Thibeault <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
> 
>> I posted a few messages on the SW list.  I am
>> Deafian and I daily use the LSQ (Quebec Sign Language). I am unable to
>> write daily
>> with a mouse (SignPuddle online) many LSQ sentences without using any
>> translation
>> options.  However, I am able to write daily with a keyboard (Microsoft
>> Word) many French sentences without using any translation options.  I know
>> that Val does not like that.  I am sorry if I am too forward about this.
>> 
>> Val: Would I read any PowerPoint presentation
>> using notes?  If so, how could I use them?

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