MHO is to just relax and detach a bit. Let her use her dipes for awhile. Maybe she just needs a break from the potty.
We just went through this with my dd (9months) a couple of weeks ago. We had a great couple of days where we caught almost every pee, and then suddenly she started struggling when I took her to the potty, even though I KNEW she had to go.
It was *really* hard for me to back off, but I just put her dipes on and didn't pester her about using the potty. I think she was just too busy because she's been pulling herself up and trying to walk and she didn't want to be bothered taking a potty break. After about a week, she started signaling again.
Maybe also try a new position? During our strike, I would still pee dd in the morning upon waking and after naps, because she was most receptive then, but instead of using her potty, I sat back on the toilet and put her in front of me between my legs.
Now we vary between using her potty and the regular toilet.
Loon , dh , dd , and twins ds1 dd2 **Thoughts become things. - Mike Dooley**