Re: CONLANG Digest - 3 Nov 2000
|From:||Robert Hailman <robert@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 5, 2000, 18:55|
Muke Tever wrote:
> > From: Robert Hailman <robert@...>
> > Subject: Re: CONLANG Digest - 2 Nov 2000 to 3 Nov 2000 (#2000-301)
> > > > They are complex, I can't deny. I used them in the original draft of
> > > > Ajuk, but my handwriting turned them into breves and then to macrons -
> > >
> > > Now, an s and a z with a _macron_ would be something!
> > I can't say I didn't like them, but I didn't even begin to think about
> > typing them. I don't think Unicode has those.
> No, but it does have a macron "combining character".
> > > > I kand use <j> for /dZ/, I already use it for /j/, as inspired by
> > > > & German.
> > Kand? What was I thinking? I think that's supposed to be "can't".
> You were probably being inspired by German ;)
That can happen. Pronunciation isn't too far off, either. I'm inspired
by German in all sorts of wierd ways.