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From: <jcowan@...>

> Danny Wier scripsit:
>
> > I've decided to replace the all-caps Latin alphabet with a simplified
> > derivation of Latin and Greek, also single-case. It may, however, be a
> > featural alphabet based on Hangul, but with a smaller phonology more
like
> > Japanese. I had fifteen consonants and five vowels, but I might remove
/h/
> > and /r/, so 'America' could be known as 'Amelika'. (I once considered
> > inventing a conlang with six consonants and three vowels, but it never
went
> > anywhere. I'm no minimalist.)
>
> When it comes to ALL CAPS, the Fraser script used for the Lisu language
> (http://www.omniglot.com/writing/fraser.htm ) is a big win.

Notice the script also uses inverted caps, and punctuation marks for tones!

Something similar is Pollard, designed for one or more dialects of Hmong.
Only a few letters really resemble Latin letters however.

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/pollardmiao.htm