Volapük type conventions.
For the first few years of Volapük, Schleyer invented three characters to represent the modified vowels, later and today written as a,o,u, umlaut, i.e. ä, ö, ü. You can see these to the right of the page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volap%C3%BCk#Orthography_and_pronunciation
I hope this helps.
From: [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Bas Jacobs
Sent: 06 February 2014 08:54
Subject: [volapuk] Volapük typesetting
I’m wondering if there are any specific Volapük related conventions in typesetting. I started to wonder about language specific typesetting conventions because of Lojban, which is often set in monospaced fonts.
So far I haven’t seen any Volapük specific typesetting rules, font choices or anything else which relates to the visual appearance of this language. But maybe there are conventions/guidelines/preferences I’ve missed?
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