I had forgotten about the special characters.
Seen a tehta that was doubled, is this a style, or a way to double the
vowel? Also seen vowels that are doubled, U and O are easy to do, it
looks like a double tail. While an A and E might be okay to do, but
how to do other vowels?
--- In elfscript@y..., "undomiel316" <sea_la_luz@h...> wrote:
> I think you're right. It's a horizontal line under the consonant.
> But for vowels you have to use placeholders....I think that's it.
> And there's a special character for the double "L" sound, and for
> double trilled "r"'s.
> Lex (undomiel316)
> --- In elfscript@y..., "Abrigon" <abrigon@y...> wrote:
> > I thought doubling was often done by a line under the character
> > doubled.
> > Mike aka Morgoth