Re: Announcement: Andreas's Conlanging Pages
|From:||Jeff 'japhy' Pinyan <japhy@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 28, 2003, 0:56|
On Jan 27, Roger Mills said:
Z-caron and S-caron (and their lowercase counterparts) are part of the
extended ASCII set, so you don't "need" to use an HTML entity code for
them (Ž and Š). S/s are 138/154, and Z/z are 142/158.
Oh, and I sent this URL to the conlanglinks.tk owner, but I'll share it
has the HTML entity codes for phonological characters.
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<stu> what does y/// stand for? <tenderpuss> why, yansliterate of course.
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>Andreas Johansson wrote:
>> I've finally created a website for my conlangs, which bears the incredibly
>> creative name "Andreas's Conlanging Pages". It's found at
>Minor question...I just took a quick look, and am curious-- how does it
>happen you can apparently type in z-caron (without any codename), but not
>s-caron? Or is this just something that free.fr allows, though no one else