1.1 The meaning of a vertical straight line, e.g., any movement aspect (Effort, Shape,dynamics, direction, and actions such as flex, turn, etc. ) vs. any action (not Effort, Shape, or dynamics).
1.2 The use of a vertical straight line and linking bow to show duration.
1.3 Terminology: "action stroke," "do something" "something happens."
1.4 Should the duration of flexion/extension be indicated with a line that touches the flextion/extension sign or with a line and linking bow?
1.5 Stillness sign: "outflow," "inflow," "ongoing energy."
1.6 The meaning of a hold sign (maintain) vs. the stillness sign.
1.7 The "V" in the stillness sign vs. a succession sign or a decreasing (cancellation) sign.
1.8 Indications 1a - 1j.
2.1 What criteria should be used for developing Motif Notation?
2.2 Increasing/decreasing vs. successive.
2.3 The need for symbols that depict succession and simultaneous.
2.4 The influence of applications on the development of Motif Notation.
2.5 Flexion/extension: degrees; motion and destination.
2.6 Terms: "small/very small amount of flexion," "slight/marked flexion" "a little/lot of flexion."
2.7 "Center", "place middle."
2.8 Should the interpretation of symbols by default depend upon the context of the notation?
2.9 Indications 2a -2k.