Jeffrey Henning wrote: >I'm appalled that anyone uses LangMaker in this day and age. It's an awful >little Windows 3.1 program that suffers from bit rot. I just downloaded it >last night for the first time since 1998 and boy is it buggy and ugly. I >also think the interface is pretty unintuitive. It looks like a warmed-over >version of Excel 95. > >It's free for a reason... All that may be true, but don't be too hard on yourself. I for one give thanks for LangMaker, which I got in 1999; of course I only used it to generate about 5000 word forms, 100 at a time (that was clunky), with the fairly simple V, CV, CVC, CVCV, CVCVC etc. structure of Kash. It also served to acquaint me with how the damn computer works, as I was definitely in the old dog/new tricks category at the time. Don't use it much anymore, however. It seems to have a problem generating the monosyllabic forms I need for Gwr, so that's being done by hand, mostly.