Introduction There aren't many if any signed conlangs. It's my belief that the reason for this lies not in a lack of interest, but in a lack of a reliable method of transcription. Though several transcription systems have been attempted in the past and are still in use todaythey're not user-friendly, as they require the user to learn a new orthography which itself is dependent upon external programs or fonts in order to be used. Additionally, many of the orthographies were designed with a specific sign language in mind, making it useful for that particular signed language, but not for creating a new one.
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The design options cover two models.
Option 1 as the Optimal Solution This model overwrites the Sutton SignWriting block in Unicode and uses plane 4 for the symbols of the International SignWriting alphabet The SignWriting Stack International SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA ) Formal SignWriting (FSW) Regular Expressions (Regex) The Top Layers • Names as Strings • The Alphabet • Universal Processing ASLwrite provides free access to written American Sign Language.
Written ASL belongs to the signing community!
SignWriting Symbols and the International SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA) are designed and invented by Valerie Sutton, and are free to use under the SIL Open Font License (OFL). To read more.
"SignPuddle™" is a trademark belonging to Stephen Slevinski. SignWriting is a "movement-writing-alphabet" that provides symbols for writing how we "pronounce" or "produce" or "perform" the movements - It is an alphabet because we are writing "pronunciation" like other alphabets do, except we are not pronouncing sounds, but instead pronouncing body movement used in sign languages.
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