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ok, danke, hoffe, Du schaffst es auch noch , mir eine Grundeinweisung in 
diese Pfeile zu geben, das verstehe ich überhaupt nicht, Du siehst es mirr 
bitte nach,bitte!.....

 

 

 

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Betreff: Re: How to write down elbow movement

Datum: 2016-03-18T00:23:51+0100

Von: "Stefan Woehrmann" <[log in to unmask]>

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Wow ... du hast dich direkt auf der SW-List angemeldet und beziehst nun die 
unter uns ausgetauschten Emails ...lach mich kaputt... tatsächlich verrückt

Die dort angesprochene Schreibweise für Schottland hatte ich angefertigt 
....Dudelsackpfeifer darstellend




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2016-03-18 0:08 GMT+01:00 Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]
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  March 17, 2016
   
  Hello Honza!
  What a pleasure to receive a message from you again in the Czech Republic
  ;-)
   
  How are you? It has been a long time. I can see you are still working
  with SignWriting. Tell us about your projects.
   
  And thank you for the video you sent in your original message.  I could
  view it on my Mac. It may be hard for some readers to see the video, so I
  have included a screen shot here as a graphic, with the sign written in
  two ways...
   
  If others wish to show how they write this sign, feel free. He is
  slapping the side of his body with his elbow two times...I thought I saw
  a sign for Scottish bagpipes with this movement once, but I could not
  find that sign written in SignPuddle Online...so I wrote these examples
  myself...
   
  Writing the elbow movement can be done with the normal arrows we use
  everyday for writing arm movement. I have chosen to also use the Strike
  Symbol, but those may not be necessary. Please see the attached graphic.
  I think the elbow is moving side...
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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      On Mar 17, 2016, at 5:45 AM, Honza <[log in to unmask]
      <mailto:[log in to unmask]> > wrote:

      Hello Val, Adam..

      have you ever thought how to write elbow movement in SignWriting?
      It is possible to write with common movement arrows but it is not
      correct, if hand does not move, but elbow.

      Please see attached video (or FLV here: 
      http://www.dictio.info/media/video/A_Strakonice1.flv
      <http://www.dictio.info/media/video/A_Strakonice1.flv> ).

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