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Tristan Mc Leay wrote:

>    - If anyone can think of a replacement symbol for one of them, and
>      then have <J\> and <j\> as synonyms, that's my preferred choice in
>      my role as maintainer of CXS. This would probably be the same idea
>      as how <t_s> and <ts)> are synonyms, but no-one ever uses <t_s>
>      anymore and I might as well remove it from my chart now that <ts)>
>      has been so successful. (Unless I've forgotten anyone?)

Is + used for anything in CXS? We could use it for putting a stroke
through a character in general: [j+] for [J\], [h+] for [X\], [?+] for
the epiglottal plosive symbol (who remembers what [>\] stands for?), and
so on. (This is essentially how it's used in APA.)