Thai-ResPriv is an alternative way to write Thai designed by Jay and Pailin Strong. The name combines Res from respect and Priv from privacy, and this script is designed for privacy.
Learn more about Thai-ResPriv on Omniglot here:
Version 1 of the Lucarian script font is out!
View the original script here: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/lucarian.htm
HERE'S HOW TO USE THE FONT:
d, h, j, l, m, n, r, s, t and z will give you the corresponding letters in full form.
b, f, g, k, p and q give you the truncated form of those letters. Uppercase versions send out their full forms.
Type c, S and Z for ch, sh and zh respectively.
a, o, e, i, y and u give you the corresponding vowels, while A, O and U give you ae, oe and uu respectively.
Type ' for the glottal stop letter with both sides truncated, use < and > for that letter with just the left side and the right side respectively, and = gives you the full letter.
The comma, period, question mark and exclamation mark gives you the corresponding punctuation.
This conscript was a real pain to make, but I think it turned out okay.
I included the 4 abbreviations with it too:
To type "of", press 0
To type "the", press 1
To type "to", press 2
To type "and", press 3
More info on the Krul alphabet here: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/krul.htm
Best viewed at pixel size
More info on Pixel Script: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/pixelscript.htm
ZX82 ABCDEFG: a bicolor drolatique font generator
[dpla's ZX Spectrum edition – version 1.0 or ROIAOAIO]
294 visible text characters, in 'Extended ASCII' (U0020-FF) and a few beyond.
7 code pages (CP) to switch from, and 48 cells left unassigned (in CP 4 to 6).
Feel free to add your private glyphs, provided you retain the original mapping;
you may replace them with invisible formatting controls (e.g. for animations).
The CP switches are 7 visible control characters, applied once or indefinitely,
that is: K/B/R/M/G/C/Y → temporary; KY/BY/RY/MY/GY/CY/YY → permanent.
Please, bear in mind that my main mapping (CP 0) is based on our 6 vowels,
contrary to A-Z substitutions (like David B. Kelley's "6-Color Binary Alphabet").
This implementation uses 7 colors in ascending RGB on a white background
(hence my title: a 8-bit allusion to the ZX Spectrum Ink and Paper on screen).
Example: "Hello·world!" = "BY K RM RK MM MM GK •CR GK GM MM BM KK"
where the letters = their abbreviated color (0-6), and 'Space' / "•" = White (7).
Typically on a display, you can resort to a pair of characters (any block / bar)
but you can use the material of your choice (e.g. balloons, the air being "W"),
even derivate in color (symbols), size (micro), view (vector, 3D), language…
Script & mapping: copyright © 2014-2018 dpla; else: under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
This is a copy of the Tennent alphabet, created by Brendan Tennant. I take no credit for it other than stylizing the letters a bit, and making it writable horizontally.This is a clone