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Attempt to set up an universal template for ACC project and file from www.internationalscientific.org © 2003 Richard Sears.

When you upload an SVG ancient Chinese character, please copy past this "ACClicense" template such as :

{{ACClicense|字|seal|strokes=|component1=}}   (for seal images) 
{{ACClicense|字|bigseal|strokes=|component1=}}<nowiki>   (for great seal images) 
{{ACClicense|字|silk|strokes=|component1=}}   (for bamboo and silk images) 
{{ACClicense|字|bronze|strokes=|component1=}}   (for bronzeware images) 
{{ACClicense|字|oracle|strokes=|component1=}}   (for oracle images)
Parameter Mandatory? Meaning
#1 yes Character being described
#2 yes type of script (may be one of : seal / bigseal / bronze / silk / oracle)
#3 (unused) Used to be the name of the caracter category, now automatically filled.
#4 (no) The fourth data is the code name of the former GIF image in Richard Sears. It is not required, but welcome.
#5 (no) The fifth parameter is for various comments, if needed. But linguistic informations are not welcome: other websites provide such datas with more accuracy than us.
#6 (no) The sixth parameter enables categorization (only to use if the character belongs to the 214 Traditional Radicals, or its variants); it should be coded as a three digit number, e.g. <078> or <078{{!}}sort-value>.
strokes= see comment The strokes= allows a classification of the glyph according to its strokes number, for comparison and research purpose. See the stroke tutorial if you intend to use it.
component1= yes The component1= allows a classification of the glyph according to its components, for comparison and research purpose. It should be used for simple or compound characters. If no component is given, the character is indexed in the category:ACC needing decomposition category.
component2 to component5 no The Other components, used for compound characters.

Then, you can also provide other information, as your own free license.