Submitted by Charlotte Wile (scribe) - March 10, 2004
- Ex. 1 would be used as the general sign for turning on a path.
- Non-swiveling turns on a path would be specified as in Ex. 10; swiveling turns on a path would be specified as in Ex. 11. By themselves, these indications would leave open the number of turning steps that produce the path.
- A particular number of swivel and/or non-swivel turning steps could be shown by modifying the notation’s stepping signs, as in Ex 3.