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207317

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

Daniel, PolyGlot is cross platform! You can either download the Mac specific version, or the universal version (a raw java file) from
Draque
Jun 29
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207316

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

Leonardo, ... question ... That's it exactly, yes. ... Either click Help->Help from the toolbar, or open the readme.html file that is in the root directory of
Draque
Jun 29
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207315

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

I'm pretty sure that since PolyGlot is using java, it's cross-platform. On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 9:22 AM, Daniel Prohaska
Andrew Schade
Jun 29
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207314

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

Is there anything out there for Mac users? Thanks, Dan
Daniel Prohaska
Jun 29
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207313

Re: What software/solution for keeping a wordlist?

... I'm trying it right now. Is "local word" a synonym for the word in question in a dialect of the conlang or a translation into English (or the used
Leonardo Castro
Jun 29
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207312

Re: CONLANG Digest - 23 Jun 2015 to 24 Jun 2015 (#2015-165)

Thanks, it is good to be back! And Kash has been one of the languages that has kept me inspired to keep working on mine. I love all the fun cultural details
Mat Trinsic
Jun 25
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207311

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

Joining in the de-lurking introductions and re-introductions: For my part, current projects are the much-revised Jameld Grammar (which is slowly nearing
James Campbell
Jun 24
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207310

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

Well Mat, welcome back, or welcome to the active list!! Your conlang sounds a bit like my Kash, at least in terms of the story behind
Roger Mills
Jun 24
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207309

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

Looks like we've started an avalanche of de-lurking! ;) My conlang is Sczyn (pronounec Sue-zane, or in cxsampa [sMzen]). I've been developing it for a sci-fi
Mat Trinsic
Jun 23
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207308

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

... [...] ... I joined the list and am developing Muai: http://leolucas.conlang.org/muai/muai.html I plan to develop a course on Classical Tupi (Lingua
Leonardo Castro
Jun 23
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207307

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

... Darn, I missed this conversation the first time around in the chaos of the school year ending! You are one of many I have missed around here! I guess a
Amanda Babcock Furrow
Jun 22
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207306

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

While people are resurfacing, I thought maybe I would too. I used to participate on this list a lot, but I've been silently collecting (and not even reading)
Mia (Harper Soderquist) DeSanzo
Jun 22
#207306
 
207305

A New Edition of Tolkien's 'A Secret Vice' and A Case of Two Art-Lan

Hello All I have pretty much been a 'lurker' on this list and have enjoyed many of the threads on con-langs.  I thought this list would be interested to know
Andrew Higgins
Jun 22
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207304

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

... Welcome/hello again/happy delurking! Care to give us an introduction (brief or otherwise) to your conlang? James ___________________ James Campbell
James Campbell
Jun 22
#207304
 
207303

Re: To your listserv, welcome!

If Mark is coming out of the woodwork I suppose I will too! I've been lurking on the list for the last decade or so myself....long enough to remember when Mark
Mat Trinsic
Jun 21
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