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I've found http://ipa.typeit.org/full/ to be pretty handy when I need to
type a significant amount of IPA.

On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 9:34 PM, Gage Amonette <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> That has always seemed like a nice idea, but the IPA font can be a pain to
> use. I'm not the sort to go around messing with my keyboard, so it would
> require me to to copy and paste literally every character. How do you plan
> on circumventing this? Is there some ludicrously obvious means of doing so?
>
> On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 7:20 PM, Gary Shannon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> > I was fooling around with the phonology of my new, as yet unnamed conlang
> > (provisionally called "June 2017"), and I was deciding which letters of
> the
> > Roman alphabet to use, and how to assign them to the sounds of the
> > language, when it occurred to me that I should just use a subset of IPA
> as
> > my conscript. I mean, why not? That way I don't have to explain to anyone
> > how the language's sounds translate to its orthography, and back again.
> >
> > So I think I'm officially going to go with IPA as my conlang orthography
> > with the addition of a "name dot" (•) placed in front of proper nouns to
> > identify them as such. (An idea borrowed from the Shavian alphabet).
> >
> > Who else has used IPA as their conlang orthography?
> >
> > --gary
> >
>



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