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doc:en:importingglyphs [2013/02/01 14:17]
rosmord [Attaching codes to drawings, and inserting them in JSesh]
doc:en:importingglyphs [2013/02/09 10:55]
rosmord
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 ====== Importing new glyphs ====== ====== Importing new glyphs ======
  
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 Except when you are creating signs which are already documented in the Manuel de Codage (for instance, because they are not available in JSesh), you should first get a user ID, which will differentiate your signs from the signs created by other users. Except when you are creating signs which are already documented in the Manuel de Codage (for instance, because they are not available in JSesh), you should first get a user ID, which will differentiate your signs from the signs created by other users.
  
-to get an uid, send an email to < rosmord@iut.univ-paris8.fr > . Note for tksesh users: the uid is simply your tksesh id.+to get an uid, register as JSesh user. Note for tksesh users: the uid is simply your tksesh id.
  
 Be carefull when giving signs a name. You want your files to be readable by anyone, so be faithfull to the "​Manuel de codage"​. Our current suggestions are the following: Be carefull when giving signs a name. You want your files to be readable by anyone, so be faithfull to the "​Manuel de codage"​. Our current suggestions are the following:
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