jan Misite wrote:I am not quite sure what you mean but to me,
i suggested colour encoding of vowels in sitelen suwi. jJosan said that this encoding works oppositly: his intuition tells him to group the glyphs of the same colour. i suggested that this is a domination of right hemisphere of brain and proposed an experiment with the image above. will the colour=word association persist with the different background and faint colours?
without reading this, the white background allows the red and other colors to stand out against the green, while with the grey the green stands out.
what do you mean under "stand out"? but, anyway, the green is different, but red, yellow, white and blue are opposed to green, right?
With the washed-out colors there is a difference but it's harder for me to see the glyphs and their colors as being discrete and associate them together, I would have to look at the glyph and then pay attention to its color.
then which one is the best representation of colour-encoded vowels?