thank you. the reference page in text or graphics? does everyone has an arabic supporting system nowdays?jan Misite wrote:Hi jan Ante, just wanted to say this is pretty cool. It's well-thought out and the presentation is elegant. It would probably be simple enoguh to print out a reference page with all the words on it too. Props. d(-_-)b
i used to look from both ubuntu and windows. under ubuntu it looks better for beginners as the vowle marks are more clearjan Josan wrote:thank you. the reference page in text or graphics? does everyone has an arabic supporting system nowdays?
It all looks great on my machine.
jan-ante wrote:In toki pona there are two more vowels - e and o. o (on) could be marked exactly as u (un). e (en) is more difficult: in a first syllable it is like a (an), otherwise it is like i (in), i.e
tenpo - طًبُ
ken - كً
kin - كٍ
seme - صَمِ
lete - لَطِ
ala - عَلَ
al(e/i) - عَلِ
Now the hokku with full set of vowel marks:
فَصُ لِ طَفَ
لِ لُكٍ عَ مُكُ صٍ
بِبِ لِلِ عُ
Note, that e looks like a. This is the only exception, but it could not make a mess, as the e could never be used at the end of sentence, while a is never used in the middle. Moreover, e is apparently more abundant than a, so i suggest to use it just without vowel marks.
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