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Thank you all for the kind answers and I am looking forward to seeing the
development of SignPuddle 3.

Regards,
Daniele

On Mon, 17 Jun 2019 at 17:42, Valerie Sutton <
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> SignWriting List
> June 17, 2019
>
> Hello Steve and Daniele -
> Thank you for this discussion. Thank you, Steve, for giving the details I
> did not know ;-)
>
> Regarding International Sign Language... SignPuddle is free online for
> anyone to use and to add signs and create dictionaries and literature. If
> someone knows International Sign Language, they are welcome to create a
> dictionary of it, using SignPuddle, writing it in SignWriting, for the
> world to benefit from. If you know someone skilled in IS, maybe they can
> start adding signs to the WO dictionary, that stands for WORLD:
>
> International Sign Languages (and there are several)
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle/index1.html#sgn-WO
>
> When you go to the link above, you will notice an icon and link to an
> international sign language called "Vortaro". It is connected with
> "Esperanto" for spoken languages. The "Esperanto" related sign language is
> also called SignUno I believe...
>
> SignUno or Vortaro
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle2.0/index.php?ui=11&sgn=54
>
> Thank you to the creators of this wonderful file online - there are over
> 2000 entries!
>
> Val ;-)
>
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>
>
>
> On Jun 17, 2019, at 8:05 AM, Stephen Slevinski <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>
> Hi Daniele Giacomini,
>
> Thanks for the questions, clarification and feedback.
>
> SignPuddle 3 is quickly approaching a beta release.  Last week, I found an
> issue that needed addressed.  I should be able to fix it this week.
>
>
> On 6/17/19 6:34 AM, Daniele Giacomini wrote:
>
> SignPuddle 3 client:
> https://signpuddle.com/client/#!/dictionary/ise-IT-dictionary-public -->
> SignMaker
>
>    - It is possible to export (copy) the Unicode sequence generated by
>    drawing, but (at least at the moment) it is not possible to get the drawing
>    pasting the Unicode sequence from a different source (while on SignMaker
>    2017 that is possible).
>
> This is already possible on my development machine.  It will be publicly
> available soon.  Additionally, you will be able to link directly to
> signmaker and you will be able to include the sign to load in the URL.
>
> This link doesn't work yet, but it will in the next release.
>
> https://signpuddle.com/client/#!/dictionary/ise-IT-dictionary-public/signmaker?sign=
> 𝠃𝤛𝤵񍉡𝣴𝣵񆄱𝤌𝤆񈠣𝤉𝤚
>
>
>    - It is not possibile to export (to save in my local computer) the
>    picture generated by drawing -- in SignMaker  2017 (
>    http://www.signbank.org/signmaker/#?ui=en) I can go to More --> PNG
>    save --> Download.
>
> Thanks for mentioning this.  I will add this to the beta release and it
> will be available as well.
>
>
> SignPuddle 2 --> SignMaker
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle2.0/signmaker.php?ui=1&sgn=63
>
>    - I don't find any possibility to deal with the Unicode sequence, as I
>    can do instead with SignMaker 2017.
>    - I don't find any possibility to export (to save in my local
>    computer) the picture generated by drawing.
>
> SignPuddle 2 can only export the Unicode sequences.
>
> To get an image out of SignPuddle 2, create the sign in SignMaker.  Click
> the Add to SignPuddle button.  On the save page, instead of clicking on a
> flag, scroll down to the "Other Sign Options".  Click the "Customize Sign"
> button.
>
> SignPuddle 2 --> SignText
> http://www.signbank.org/signpuddle2.0/signtext.php?ui=1&sgn=63
>
>    - I don't find any possibility to deal with the Unicode sequence.
>    - I don't find any possibility to export (to save in my local
>    computer) the picture generated by drawing.
>
> You can get the Unicode sequences and images from SignText in SignPuddle 2
> similar to the above.  After you write the sign text document, click the
> save button.  Scroll down past the flags to the "Other sign text options
> section".  Use ColumnMaker for images and use "Data Formats" for the
> Unicode sequences.  Use the "SWU" button which stands for SignWriting in
> Unicode.
>
> I take this occasion to ask an additional thing: I don't find any IS
> (International Sign) flag for dictionaries in SignPuddle or SignMaker 2017.
> Is there a reason? I observe that the site spreadthesign.com considers
> International Sign and it uses a blue flag.
>
> The International Sign Language dictionary is available here:
> https://signpuddle.com/client/#!/dictionary/ils-QU-dictionary-public
>
> It does not have a flag Icon yet.  SignPuddle 3 uses language codes and
> country codes.  Unfortunately, there is not country code for international
> or world.  I used "QU" as user assigned, but this doesn't feel right.  I
> may switch it to "WO" with a blue flag with a world in the center like in
> SignPuddle 2.
> <janghobimjpdfakn.png>
>
> Regards,
> -Steve
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