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    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Do you want to chat this morning on zoom?
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Morning Val. I'd love to chat. Whenever your ready.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    I am available in 10 minutes or we can wait- you name the time 😊
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    See you in 10!
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Making progress on the symbol palette.
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    Various sizes, dark mode support, horizontal and vertical, events and more. It will be ready before the end of the year. Then on to the signbox, sequence list, command buttons, and then SignText!
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    New <fsw-button> as well.
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    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    New version v1.1.0 of the Sutton SignWriting Web Components is ready, now with the symbol palette. Supports click actions and drag&drop.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Really gorgeous symbols and layers of symbols - love clicking on these palettes and seeing the layers of symbols - thank you Steve!
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Saturday office hours are open. Work continues on the Signbox web component.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Good Saturday, Steve! Can we chat this morning, at 7:30am Pacific Time? Look forward to it ;-)
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Morning Val. Sure, let's chat in about an hour.
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Saturday office hours are open. Work continues on the signbox, sequence, and signmaker.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Good Saturday, Steve! It is early indeed here, but I am up, so shall we chat at 6:30am PT? That is in a half hour?
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Morning Val. Sure, let's chat.
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Progress on the fsw-signmaker. Position the sequence on the top, bottom, left, or right.
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    You can also remove the sequence if you just want the signbox.
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    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    No Saturday office hours this week. Merry Christmas to all who celebrate.
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Saturday office hours are open
    Work continues on the web components for SignMaker.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Good morning Steve! Happy New Year! Want to chat on Zoom? I can do it now if you want or you tell me the time that is good for you...
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Hi Val, I'll open zoom
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Happy New Year! Saturday office hours are open.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Happy new year Steve! Would you like to meet now on zoom? I am available.
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Morning Val. Sure, whenever you are ready. I've got a full cup of coffee.
    川音リオ@KawaneRio#8706
    @kawanerio:kde.org
    [m]
    Happy New Year to Valerie and Steve🎉
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Thanks @kawanerio:kde.org , 2023 is going to be a great year for SignWriting. Happy days!
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Saturday office hours are open.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Good Saturday, Steve!
    Want to chat at the top of the hour?
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Morning Val. Sounds good.
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Saturday office hours are open.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Good Saturday, Steve! Happy to chat with you. Want to Zoom?
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Great chat Val. I like the new dictionary section with historical documents. https://signwriting.org/dictionaries/
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    It looks like the @sutton-signwriting/core package is gaining in popularity. 1.2k downloads a month. The top package is still @sutton-signwriting/font-ttf with 1.3k downloads a month.
    strickliese
    @liesestrick_twitter
    Hi Steve :), we are modernizing signwriting.
    We're modernizing signwriting. We know that there are three ttf files. The only thing that makes us suspicious is that the oneD and Line files look the same when they are opened. But then it wouldn't make sense to use 2 same files. Can you please tell us what is the difference between the two? Thank you very much!
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    The One-D font is for use in situations where one-dimensional strings are used, such as text editors. The Line font is for use with SVG. There are two differences between the fonts. The Line font uses characters on Plane 15 and the glyphs are used below the baseline. The One-D font uses characters on Plane 4 and the glyphs are above the baseline. The One-D also contains extra glyphs for numbers and structural markers like A, B, M, L, and R. SignWriting in Unicode (SWU) uses plane 4 for the symbol characters. The One-D font is capable of visualizing SignWriting in Unicode (SWU) character strings.
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    You can read more about the fonts in this repository: https://github.com/Slevinski/signwriting_2010_fonts
    The fonts were build from SVG files using this project: https://github.com/Slevinski/signwriting_2010_tools
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Saturday office hours are open.
    Valerie Sutton
    @signwriting_twitter
    Good saturday, Steve. Want to meet in a half hour at 7 AM Pacific time? See you on zoom…
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Sure Val. Sounds good
    Steve Slevinski
    @Slevinski
    Curse of the hard drive strikes again. My SSD was going bad. Used Clonezilla to copy my hard drive to a new drive. Then Windows repair to fix corrupted file. Back up and running with a few hours work. I really appreciate the computer design. Two screws and 5 minutes work to swap out hard drive. Back to work...