Re: Terzemian on the web
|From:||Benct Philip Jonsson <conlang@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 22, 2007, 14:51|
On 22.2.2007 Paul Bennett wrote:
> the URLencoded URL shows a precomposed character. Evidently,
> in the path from Babelmap ->
> Opera -> Frath -> Firefox glunched together the i and the combining
> acute. Vaguely interesting, but
> not in the least cause for alarm.
I think it's the MediaWiki software doing some 'normalization'.
I was bit by that once when putting several diacritics on _i_,
my i-breve + combining ogonek becoming i-ogonek (with dot!)+
combining breve. The trick is tu put a zero-width joiner
(conveniently ‍ in HTML) between the characters.
The best solution is to create a page page [[Finlaesk]]
to the real page. In fact I just used my powers as
assistant admin to
do just that, as well as moving [[Fínlæ̨sk]] moved to
again with a redirect from the old name, so now you can type
<http://wiki.frath.net/Finlaesk> in your browser to get to
Hope you don't mind!