Re: CPA - An ASCII-based phonetic alphabet
|From:||Roger Mills <romilly@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 18, 2001, 5:32|
And Rosta wrote: (and I hesitate to quote, because Lord knows what will happen)...
I got lots of square boxes, but I changed the font to Lucida sans & get IPA.
This was a major pain in the
arse to do, tho. This is with Outlook 2000 under Win 98. Unfortunately HTML
format totally fucks everything up, so it's totally impractical to use this as
Well, whatever you did, it is a miracle. The first time I've seen real IPA in
an e-mail. Except your message was in 18pt Arial, and blue......(is it still?)
"This is only a compliance test then", in US pronunc. Two blanks between
turned c and l (i,e, UN missing from "only"). A box between velarized l and the
small cap I (i). Nasalization diacritics successfully over cOMpliANce.
There was a blank between turned c and l, but the velarized l et seq. came out
OK. (I disagree with the transcription, but that's trivial.)
(I'll be very interested to see how this msg. looks when it comes back to me.)