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It works fine in Chrome 8.0.552.11.

2010/10/22 Gary Shannon <[log in to unmask]>

> Thank you.
>
> I almost always use some kind of grid to build glyphs on. My general
> method is explained here: http://fiziwig.com/conlang/glyph/glyphs.html
>
> For this syllabary I used a much smaller grid. Imagine two uppercase
> block letters 'EE' with no space between them. That's the grid I used.
> Each glyph is the result of omitting some of the lines in that "master
> pattern" and rounding some of the corners in the middle (but not
> corners on the left edge because they have to join). I also added a
> curved descender from the middle vertical line, and a couple of glyphs
> got a diagonal line added.
>
> I'm not happy with the sounds assigned to each syllable yet. I'm going
> to add a few more glyphs and then revisit the inventory of sounds and
> probably completely redo it.
>
> --gary
>
> On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 5:46 PM, M.S. Soderquist
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> >
> > It worked fine for me in Chrome.
> >
> > I also liked the look of the syllabary. What was your creation process
> like?
> >
> > It took me 12 years to come up with a working syllabary for ea-luna. Some
> of
> > my other languages have writing systems, but I think most of them look
> > cobbled together. A clean, unified look, like what you've  got there for
> > Kunu, would be a nice change.
> >
> > Mia.
>