May 14, 2010
Hello Kelly Jo and Charles!
Great to hear from you again, Kelly Jo. It has been a long time ;-)
Yes, the SignMail program will be updated now. Steve is working on it. Maybe in a couple of months the new version of SignMail will be ready and we will all welcome it!
Meanwhile, I can read the SignMail messages in my email message. I am sorry you cannot, Charles. Did you know that email software can be changed to accept html in the messages? I believe you need to be able to accept html in your email messages, to be able to read the SignMail properly...
And I have been busy with other things right now, and I am not able to focus on the SignSpelling Guidelines 2010 properly...I know I said yesterday I would try to post something about it yesterday and it got away from me...I need a few more weeks to really explain it properly, and then I look forward to all of your feedback and discussions - they are always good discussions that help SignWriting improve...
So please know I have not forgotten...
Have a wonderful Saturday everyone -
On May 14, 2010, at 8:41 PM, KJ wrote:
> I don't usually even get that much from it when I try clicking on that link... fortunately, I can usually see the message in the body of the email so I don't need to use the link... but it hasn't been working for a while now.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Valerie Sutton
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2010 10:47 PM
> Subject: Re: Exporting from SignPuddle
> SignWriting List
> May 13, 2010
> > On May 13, 2010, at 7:54 PM, Charles Butler wrote:
> > I tried to read the recent mail text and it was scrambled and squashed. Am I doing something wrong?
> No - you did nothing wrong, Charles. I assume you clicked on the link at the bottom of the SignMail that we received on the List, that says "Load into SignText" so you could see or respond to the message...I tried that too and I got this bunch of squished signs that piled into the SignText Editor but could not be saved or re-written...smile...I am sure this will be fixed in time...smile...