Seeing that you are a fan of longpoint...
About the speaking window.
Doing the speaking window:
stand straight, observe what he does.
Strike in, when he twitches.
About the one who draws himself away from you,
truly I say this to you:
no man can truly defend himself without danger!
If you have understood this correctly,
he can rarely come to blows.
Glosa It is called the "speaking window": when he binds against the sword with a strike or parry, hold strongly with the long edge against his sword with outstretched arms, with the point in front of his face, and stand calmly and observe what he tries to do against you.
That which is called "the little wheel".
When you fence with someone, stretch out your arms far in front of you so that your thumb is above the sword
, and turn the sword deftly in front of you with the point going round precisely like a wheel from below out to your left side; and go in this manner against the man. And from there you can change through out to whichever side you would like or bind with him. And when you have bound you can use whatever technique you want—that which you believe will be best—as before. (Notice here that this technique is with the thumb up on the blade)
That which is called the "long point".
Before you come too close to him in Zufechten, set your left foot forwards and hold the point towards him with outstretched arms towards the face or the chest. If he cuts at you from above and down towards your head, wind with the sword against his cut and stab him in the face.
Or if he cuts from above or from below against your sword and tries to knock the point away, change through and stab him on the other side into the opening.
Or if he meets the sword powerfully with the cut, let your sword snap round. Thus you strike in against the head.
Good stuff i use a lot from http://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Sigmund_Schining_ein_Ringeck