Thanks Claudia - sounds interesting!Fabrizio - can I have a look at the website, I do not intend to change or edit anything - just to understand a bit more about SWIFT to include an accurate description of the program in my phd.Thank you!MariaOn 3 September 2013 13:41, Claudia S. Bianchini <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
3) you can do both, single signs and text2) SWift is very different from SignPuddle... it has the same use, so you can compose signs in SW, but the architecture of the software is brand new and also the organisation of the glyphes of SW (is organised on my classification... see my phd thesis). So it doesn't work with a system of "chineses box" ad SignPuddle, but with a "dicotomic" choosing system... you also have new features as the "ad hoc" glyphes composition (see my thesis)... is hard to explain by mail... you will see when Fabrizio will tell you the website.1) the program is online, not available for download but available to use (even if it is not a "full public" version, cause we are still working on it... some features ar not finished yet)... maybe you can write to Fabrizio Borgia (in CC), the software developper, to ask where you can see it by your eyes (I use a "personal" version on a specific website, but is my research working space, so if you add signs you will change my statistics)Hi Mariasorry for the late answer but I was on holidays in Peru (wonderfull trip!!!!)
hope the answer will satisfy you
Claudia2013/8/27 maria galea <[log in to unmask]>thank you very much for your help!Hi Claudia,I have read your paper on SWIFT - however i need to clarify. 1) is the program available for download? 2) what makes it different to SignPuddle? From what I read they seem to be very similar programs. 3) is it for the editing of single signs only or can you produce SW text?
maria--Claudia S. Bianchini, PhD
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