Also let me just say I use the underdot already but like most am just
making sure it is correct
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Veiluve Ardaheru Minak"
> Mabye I just like symbols:
> Do you have to show that a vowel is long when writing tengwar.
> Yes I know that if the vowel stands alone you would use the long
> vowel holder, but when using it as a tehtar I put a dot underneath
> the consanant the vowel is placed above when long or drawn out, is
> this correct?
> Also since I've noticed this very rare in (I'm just going to say
> Elvish to cover both languages) can s always be replaced if it
> after another consanant?