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On May 4, 2004, at 12:17 AM, Danny Wier wrote:
> From: "Steg Belsky" <draqonfayir@...>
>>> http://www.omniglot.com/writing/maltese.htm
>>> "Maltese writing is essentialy latin with some dots on top"
>>> (Don't quote me on that one ;-)
>
>> Cool, i love how they spell |ayn| with |G|+|double-barred-H|!
>
> It's a single-barred h; maybe the blur in the gif confused you (if
> you're
> not going to use clean antialiasing, don't use it at all!). And I
> don't like
> it myself. It's the only digraph in the language, and it has no
> consonant
> sound; it's a vowel modifier. Why not just put a circumflex on the
> vowel
> like Tamazight does?
>


Sorry, by "double-barred" i meant that the *capital* |H| has two bars
instead of one.  Of course it's only one extra bar, added to both |H|
and |h|.


-Stephen (Steg)
  "jealousy, selfishness, and being a self-hating human
   can cause early death."
      ~ [4ibbi: j@hoSua3] (rough translation)