Published: 5th October, 2011
Last edited: 5th October, 2011
Created: 4th October, 2011
For use on QWERTY keyboards.
Hebrew Script with Tiberian Notation
0-9 and \ are the vowels
you'll find that A is Aleph, and S is Samek. The other consonants follow the same logic.
When you type in this, type the consonant first, then a vowel, then use the left arrow key to move to the next place over to the left.
You should set the keyboard to capslock before typing.
Final characters and the double Yod found in Yiddish are the lower-case forms of their respective letters.
Should I add punctuation and numbers? Am I missing anything else?
Feel free to comment, I'm sure it could stand some improvement.
Published: 4th October, 2011
Last edited: 4th October, 2011
Created: 3rd October, 2011
An Abjad for typing in English...
1. consonants are normal
2. 8 - is a doubler like the little tsu in Japanese, but at the end of the sentence, it acts like an exclamation point
3. 1 - begins a sentence
4. 0 - ends a sentence
5. spacebar makes a space inside a sentence, _ makes a space between sentences
6. lowercase vowels place themselves under the last consonant
7. uppercase vowels are used when there is already a vowel attached to the previous consonant