4450Re: Additions and/or alterations to Tengwar Annatar
- Nov 30, 2004--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Doug Pearson" <pearsond@o...> wrote:
> Johan Winge posted regarding his Tengwar Annatar:Why [ks] and not e.g. [ts] (which I use far more often than [ks]) or
> > Is there anything more I should add? :-)
> I hesitate to ask for this, as it underscores my
> inherent laziness.
> In many modes, the English letter 'x' is expressed
> with quesse plus Dan Smith's "under-tail" [alt 0146].
> It would be nice for us lazy-bones to have this encoded
> as a single character.
[ps] as well?
> Also, a question. According to the Dan Smith's pdfI guess this is not a problem of the tengwar fonts, but of your word
> document showing his keymaps, the QWERTY keystroke '
> (which is just to the left of the <Enter> key) is
> supposed to produce a medium-width underbar. Also,
> the upper-case of the same key, ", is supposed to
> produce a wider underbar.
> However, in all of Dan Smith's fonts and all of the
> others that use his keymapping (including Annatar),
> these keystrokes produce two different widths of
> the "under-tail". The ' keystroke produces the
> same tehta which is identical with alt-0146.
> My problem with all of this is: How the heck am I
> supposed to get the medium-width underbar with these
> fonts? Could this be fixed somehow in Annatar?
processor. Word processors may replace by default the signs _', "_ by
_', "_. In Microsoft Word, this option can be unchecked in a menu
called _autocorrection_ (most probably - I only have the Mac version
j. 'mach' wust
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