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This is a code I invented.

Many of the capital letters are redundant to the lowercase equivalent:

B,F,G,J,K,M,O,P,Q,V,W,Y,Z

To type a standard letter, the keys are:

a,[bB],c,d,E,[fF],[gG],H,i,[jJ],[kK],l,[mM],N,[oO],[pP],[qQ],R,S,t,u,[vV],[wW],x,[yY],[zZ]

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Some letters or letter combinations can be written as accents over other letters (meaning never use these at the beginning of a word) to save space:

"e" = e; "h" = h; "he" = T; "ly" = L; "n" = n;

"r" = r; "s" = s; "ing" = G; "es" = X;

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There are a few special rules:

-the 'r' accent can represent "er" but only at the end of a word

-o + [a,i,or u] can be written as one character:

"ou" = oU; "oa" = oA; "oi" = oI;

-the above rule also applies to "qu", which can be typed as qU;

-if a letter would be doubled, an accent is written under it to save space: "tt" = t`; "oo" = o`; etc.

-if an accent would be doubled, an accent is written under its base letter to save space: "inn" = in~; "bee" = be~; etc.

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Only one accent can be below a character and one above. If any conflict, write the word in the most efficient way possible without any conflicts. If there is more than one equally efficient way to write a word, follow these rules:

-"e" has precedence - "ben" would be written beN, not bEn

-if ^ does not solve, just write the first letter as an accent rather than the second - "cans" would be canS, not caNs

-if there is a double [e,r,s,or n], only use ` or ~ to show it: never write "bee" as beE, only be~; never write "knee" as kNeE, only knE`;

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if anyoNe finds a word that bReaks tT above RulX, let me know. also, fe~l frE` to cloNe tT font and make a Non-pixelized veRsion of it. if yoU do, let me know!

Info: Created on 30th April 2015 . Last edited on 4th September 2015.
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2 Comments

is there a difference between using ` and ~ or is it just either one? They produce different characters.

Comment by tsafontstruct Sun, 20th January

@tsafontstruct  (is there another way to reply to comments besides like this?)

-if a letter would be doubled, an accent is written under it to save space: "tt" = t`; "oo" = o`; etc.

-if an accent would be doubled, an accent is written under its base letter to save space: "inn" = in~; "bee" = be~; etc.

The difference between the two is which letter is getting doubled. If you write out "bee", the 'e' is written as an accent over the 'b'. If you wrote a straight underline (be`), then you would interpret that as the base letter getting doubled, or "bbe". If you wrote a curved underline (be~), then you would interpret that as the accent getting doubled, or "bee".

Basically, ` means double the base letter, ~ means double the accent above it. Hope that helps!

Comment by dlesar Sat, 2nd February

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