Re: Alphabet generator (This time without the illegal attachment...)
|From:||Padraic Brown <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, October 3, 2002, 2:22|
What you see is a jpg file, taken from a Word Perfect
screenshot. I consider myself lucky that you were able
to see something I put online at all, let alone deal
with complex things like getting fonts to show up
If I knew how to do fonts properly in html, I know
you'd have to download that font in order to see it
properly if I had typed text in it.
--- Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...> wrote:
raps il tenós mathin la ngouerma;
mays comez le nces il luchets le secund.
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> If I might say so, I once derived a really cool
> alphabet using this . But how were
> you able to adapt it to a web format? Would I have
> have my own computer to do it? How was I able to
> it without having the typeface on my own hard drive
> this end? I'd love to used what I did for something
> --- Padraic Brown <elemtilas@...> wrote:
> > Has anyone here seen or tried the alphabet
> > at
> > <http://alphabet.tmema.org/>?
It certainly has the
> > advantage of saving as a TTF; but you have to
> > the controls very carefully to avoid identical
> > squiggles. I got it to produce the Hoosickite
> > alphabet, though: <http://conlang.org.uk/>.
> > know, it's a bit random squiggly, but it has a
> > certain
> > je'n sais quoi about it, and I think it'll stay.
> > Mind you, it also saves your work on its site in
> > archives!
> > On the subject of writing systems, I've decided to
> > add
> > a null consonant sign to the Mentolatian
> > to
> > help support vowel syllables. [Thanks to Barry's
> > Alphabet!]
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