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Started by Den, 2012-Nov-12 21:56
[flow]text using flownetic code described below[/flow]
[flow]floUhnetIek Ies OrsEhm[/flow]
Quote from: iandoug on 2016-Dec-14 12:52404.
Quote from: Den on 2012-Nov-12 22:30Language ConverterTry this Language converter to create an image of your sentences written in Flownetic. Use the same Flownetic code as above.The following is a single image using the language converter to write text in Flownetic script:
Quote from: iandoug on 2016-Dec-17 09:59Language convertor seems to produce same results regardless of input... same image as you posted.Was trying to check up on image for 13, in your main Flownetic page is kinda like a backward P like the /p/ in Monofon, but glyph I have is basically a 3. Did you change it?
Quote from: Den on 2016-Dec-19 13:11decimal 13 should look like our 3.
Quote from: Den on 2017-Jul-07 14:55Finally created a font file for Flownetic, which I really wanted to showcase in my game. Using lower and upper case English letters for distinct sounds gives 52 unique sounds. At least 16 letters for distinct vowels. This is much improvement over most alphabets. Unfortunately that only covers 2/3 of the glyphs which I've created for Flownetic so far. Nevertheless, that is good enough for my game for transliteration of English text.
Quote from: iandoug on 2017-Jul-07 15:08I could let you have the fontfile I was working on... if you can consider it v0.1 or a starting point for improvement. I'm not an artist :-)
Quote from: Den on 2017-Aug-05 22:38Entire ASCII non-printing, non-numeric characters are used to represent all 83 Flownetic letters. This includes all punctuations except period and space.
Quote from: iandoug on 2017-Aug-06 01:22Cool, thanks. But find your range description a bit confusing ... if I open the font in FontForge, you have put the glyphs at U+0021 to U+007E (dec 33 to 126), which is basic lower ASCII including digits and punctuation.
Quote from: Den on 2017-Aug-06 11:27I really mean to say non-non-printing characters, i.e. visible characters, starting with space.
Quote from: iandoug on 2017-Aug-09 12:54Is /ä/ == /??/ (and same with /??/ ?
QuoteUm, I think you have /d??/ twice and missing /d??/
QuoteIs /d??/ and /d??/ and similar with /t???/ and friends used in Asian? Am only really familiar with /d??/.
Quote from: iandoug on 2018-Feb-01 22:53is left column supposed to be empty as this stage?
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