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Re: Omniglossa

From:David J. Peterson <dedalvs@...>
Date:Friday, December 21, 2007, 23:11 I mean, WOW. That is incredible--and incredibly�useful! That is a tremendous
accomplishment! I'm adding it to�my webpage's list of links.��Couple of
comments:��-The text for the romanized, IPA and notes columns are a
bit�on the small side.��-In the romanized column, I see some boxes
instead of characters.�My default encoding is UTF-8, so I don't really
understand why�this should be happening. I'm no unicode wiz by any means,
so�I don't have any suggestions.��-I just typed in a tough one--"be"--and
I notice for your Arabic�romanization you have "k'n". If I were to romanize
that, I'd�write "kaana" (IPA would be [ka:na]). Is there a particular
reason�you made alif an apostrophe?��Other than that, what an incredible
resource! Great
eleSkarez ygralleryf ydZZixelje je ox2mejze."�"No eternal reward will forgive
us now for wasting the dawn."��-Jim
Morrison����On Dec 21, 2007, at 2∞15 PM,
li_sasxsek@NUTTER.NET wrote:��> Omniglossa is here. I've finally had a
little time to write the�> scripts to make it work on the web. It's still a
bit crude, and�> searches only work in English, but it is working. The
database is�> something I've been compiling over many years, from many
different�> resources so there are likely to be errors so if you find any,
let�> me know and I'll correct them when I have a chance.�>�>
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