Re: Daléian writing system
|From:||Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 10, 2005, 17:19|
On Sunday 09 January 2005 16:20, Henrik Theiling wrote:
> Yes, it is (at least now):
Oh. I didn't see it when I had a look at my stuff there
recently. So either I looked in the wrong category or
they've re-added it.
> I found it via the author's index.
That's also where I looked. The list just said "Ve Segelm A
Laighödhét" and "Ayeri" when I had a look.
> > Here is the picture that I uploaded to give an overview
> > over the alphabet:
> > http://www.beckerscarsten.de/conlang/daleian/pics/dalei
> Nice! Is there a sample text?
Since I haven't worked as much for Daléian as I worked at
Ayeri, there is no longer example text available yet.
Sorry. And currently, the morphology of Ayeri is so deeply
ingrained into my brain I have no clue about how Daléian
works anymore at the moment. It shouldn't be difficult to
get into the language again, though, because it's very
similar to German and French. Although with a completely a
priori dictionary. So it's not completely a Euroclone.
> One problem that I see is the digits, where three pairs
> of digits are very similar: 1-2, 3-4 and 5-6.
Damn, yes. I know that and I'm not too happy with it. A the
time making the font (April '04 I think) I haven't come up
with something more creative. Well, that does not mean I
can't come up with something now, doesn't it?
Eri silveváng aibannama padangin.
Nivaie evaenain eri ming silvoieváng caparei.
-- Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Le Petit Prince