Do I also understand that Adam's hand shapes are there and available
as a font, as well? I'm building flashcards--it would be amazing to
be able to remix SignWriting <=> Adam's Photos into a study aide.
I had the experience last night, in a study session, where for the
first time I hand-wrote a SignWriting symbol from principle after
being shown the sign. w00t!
On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 09:18:39AM -0500, Steve Slevinski wrote:
> Hi list,
> This past summer, Adam Frost worked tirelessly to finish the Scalable
> Vector Graphics refinement of the ISWA 2010. He completed every symbol.
> SVG allows for round circles, smooth lines, and improved clarity at
> different sizes.
> After Adam finished his work, I needed to rotate, refactor, and package
> his work as a font that could work with SignPuddle. This has been
> The new version of the SVG Refinement has been installed in SignPuddle.
> You can access it through ColumnMaker.
> For those using the SignWriting Image Server or other custom software, you
> can download the new version of the SVG Refinement font online:
> This is not the final version of the SVG Refinement, but this is the first
> time the entire symbol set has been available in this font.
> Thanks to Adam for all of his work.
> Visible links
> 1. http://www.signpuddle.net/iswa
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