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On Tue, 10 Nov 1998 17:29:09 +0100 lucasso <[log in to unmask]>
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>i.e. hind use special 'dotted' versions of some 'letters' in borrowed
>or
>foreign words (i.e. from arabic or english)
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>i do not like that tilda idea, becouse there are conflict: similar to
>e
>sound, will be written e~, and many Rokb#$%$#%... will pronounce it as
>long
>e, am i correct, or have i missed something?
>
>but other special symb wouldn't made any doubt

Well, i have considered changing it from a tilde ~ to a smitchik
(circumflex?) ^ for vowels.  Although, lately when i've been writing in
Rokbeigalmki i've begun to write non-Rokb. words in a different (but
related) script, which could be another hint that it's a non-native word
and to 'ignore' what the tilde is telling you.

-Stephen (Steg)

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