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>Jeff Rollin <jeff.rollin@...> wrote:

>3) Anyone know of a conlang that has two (or more) tones and has to 
>use different diacritics to represent them over different letters      
>(e.g. high and low tone over front and back vowels?)

Senjecas has three tones which I call high, middle, and low (creative, 
huh?).  I indicate the high tone with a double acute accent, the middle 
with an acute accent.  The low is unmarked.  If the double accent is 
not available, I use a circumflex.

Charlie