Normal mode (W): 1-, 2-, and 3-columns

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In SooSL Web, Normal mode comes in three variations, depending on the width of your screen. It looks different on a phone, a tablet, and a computer. You may see 1, 2, or 3 columns.  

1 column: phones held vertically

Phones usually show just one long narrow column. You can scroll down to see all the different parts of a dictionary entry. Use the quick scroll control to quickly scroll to a particular type of information.

The blue outlines show the main sections of the screen. Click in a section or on its underlined label below to learn more about it.

Menu barMenuBar2Dictionary optionsSign videoSign videoView parametersSearchView sign videoSensesExample sentence videoExample sentence translationSensesExample sentencesExtra videos and imagesExtra videos and imagesNotes

2 columns: tablets and horizontal phones

Tablets and phones held horizontally show two columns. You can see the gloss list all the time in the first column. The second column looks and works a lot like the 1-column display above.

The blue outlines show the main sections of the screen. Click in a section or on its underlined label below to learn more about it.

Menu barSearchGloss listDictionary optionsSign videoView parametersSensesSensesSensesExample sentenceExtra videos and imagesNotes

3 columns: computers

Computers usually show SooSL Web in three columns. These columns look a lot like SooSL Desktop

The blue outlines show the main sections of the screen. Click in a section or on its underlined label below to learn more about it.

SearchGloss listGloss listSign videoSign videoView parametersSensesSensesExample sentencesView extra videos/imagesView notesDictionary optionsSooSL menu barDialectsWritten languagesGrammar categoriesAbout the dictionaryView parameters

On a computer, you can also make the whole SooSL window narrower, and it will switch to 1 or 2 columns.

Change the widths of the columns

On the 2-column and 3-column displays, you can change the widths of the columns. Click and drag a column divider. On a touchscreen, press on the divider and slide it

If you don't like the results, you can reset the column widths from the menu in the top right. Choose Reset display.





  

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