The American Sign Language Dictionary
- Learning Sign Language
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This CD uses different models who not only sign, but utilize facial expressions as well. Dr. Sternberg has put together an outstanding resource that will greatly advance the signing skills of any ASL beginner. Highly recommended...5+stars!
1) It doesn't come with a manual, this makes using it and installing it a guessing game.
2) This was written for Win 3.1 (16-bit), so it's clunky in Win 95/98/Me (32-bit)
3) It requires that you DOWNGRADE your QuickTime to an old 16-bit version. This means you can no longer view QuickTime movies on the web!
4) The installer prompts you if you want to install the 16-bit or 32-bit version of QuickTime. Yet according to technical support, only the 16-bit version is compatible with this software. So why does the installer do that?!?
A lot of people are complaining about software issues with this CD-ROM. In order to see the video and everything properly (I'm running Win98) I had to Uninstall my current Quicktime (5.0 I think) ENTIRELY in Add/Remove Programs and THEN install the program and ITS version of QT (2.0). Then it worked and I was free to re-install 5.0. The two vers. of quicktime are not conflicting and are performing their own duties on their own (2.0 for ASL CD and 5.0 for movie watching, Netscape, etc) without any problems.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
ASL onCD Rom has great videos of each sign which can be repeated as often as you need and at your own pace. The explanations are also written but do not always match the video. Read morePublished on February 4, 2002
I bought this from amazon.com. Once I received it I installed it on my mac powerbook 3400c running os 9. Read morePublished on January 26, 2002
I bought this software to help me familiarize with basic fingerspelling. I'm going to college in 4 months to be an interpreter, and this wouldn't even work on my computer (Hewlett... Read morePublished on July 3, 2001 by Jenni
This software does not work properly on Macs. I have alerted m2k's technical support, and they are supposed to be working on a fix. Read morePublished on May 11, 2001 by Richard B. Sparks
If you have a Macintosh, don't bother buying this product. I just got version 2.1 running on MacOS 9.0.4, and it is just awful. Read morePublished on February 8, 2001 by Severian
This software worked fine on my Mac--I don't know what specific problem the reviewer below was having. I'm using an iMac and it's speedy and works just great.Published on December 20, 2000