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1.) 'Q' and 'X' were removed from the alphabet, entirely. Substitute letter combinations 'cw' and 'cs' have been created for those characters, but are not necessary- freeing up those keyboard keys for other uses.
2.) 'G' and 'J' were combined into a single character ("Jac"). 'C' and 'K' were also combined into a single character ("Sic"). Each combination has been assigned to both standard character keys.
3.) Each alphabetical character was streamlined for writing (or plotting), and can be created with just a single line.
4.) Capital and lower-case characters are exactly the same form, but half the size- with jac, 'p', and 'y' retaining their lower-case drop-positions.
5.) Confusion with numerals has been corrected by changing similar characters.
6.) Foreign characters and symbols have generally been left alone, as the various extra accents don't work well with Jac.
|Info:||Created on 6th October 2012 . Last edited on Fri, 10th April.|