|From:||Isaac Penzev <isaacp@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, August 17, 2003, 20:20|
Tristan McLeay wrote:
> Well, at the moment all of those above are confusable, given that
> they're rectangles with four very small and hardly readable numbers in
> them. Where do you get them?
I used the only Unicode font I have (Titus Cyberbit Basic) in the BabelPad, then
did cut'n'paste. In my environment it works. From what I learnt, I'll try to get
Everson Mono etc. too. I see the server lost a couple of characters; that means
this Unicode range is far from stability ;))
> > Trist'an Maklimats dats'era:
> Just for the record, I think you might be guessing my surname wrong: the
> pronunciation is /m@kl&i/, not /m@klIi/.
And looking at what Thomas R. Wier wrote...
<<In that case, it should be "Mak'leimc", the ergative (-m) plus additive
clitic (-c) of "T'rist'an Mak'lei" > 'Tristan McLeay also wrote (it)'.>>
...I see where I had made mistakes.
My apologies to both Tristan and Thomas!
> I love it's consonant clusters :) Anything with clusters like that gets
> full marks in my books. (But that's all I know of it.)
Well, it's grammar is something worth at least to get acquanted with! I'm sure
it's more difficult than Russian!