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Andreas Johansson wrote:

>>a [a]    [9]
>>e [e]    [E]
>>i [i]
>>o [o]    [O]
>>u [u]    [y]

> I'm afraid I don't see the logic; in '' and '', the trema indicates
> lowering, in '' fronting, and '' rising and rounding! Switching to '' would
> give an example if rounding, which doesn't seem to do much for consistency.

You just proved me right! There is always a connection in between one vowel
and the same with an umlaut. Frontness, roundness, etc mean nothing for the
common people so I always use the same accent and I chose the umlaut.

See ya,

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