Cyrillic in email WASRe: Translation Exercise: Vozgian
|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 8, 2002, 19:41|
This is out of sheer curiosity.... I got the Cyrillic
in my reading fine, but it switches back and forth
between a serif and sans-serif font throughout the
text. Any computer gurus know what causes this?
BTW the third language I have going on in my head
(semi-nameless and at about the same stage as Kropja)
has ae-ligature, oe-ligature, thorn and edh, and I'm
going to be very careful to do with simple ae, oe, th,
and dh except when I am wanting to be very intentional
about appearance (eg website). When I make a website
for that language, I'm going to put in a caveat saying
that, for conlangers, when you want to put together a
"creative" alphabet, make *certain* to have a simpler
auxiliary one for e-mails.
> Годе яз
> слоhу, уну
> руно ду,
> чу яз
> hучеў шу
> полей і нä
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