Combining-accents in French
For many European languages, we feel it might be most
natural to write using the 26 latin characters (a-z), plus
accents that are added afterwards.
[This is how Unicode's designers encourage us to
represent accents also.]
this new alphabet,
setting the Dasher edit-box font to ClearlyU,
I got this idea working nicely.
In this first prototype, the new accent group is contained in an
orange box, and the accents themselves appear in yellow boxes.
All the accents (acute, circumflex, cedilla, grave)
were written in this way in the screenshot shown.
This approach makes European languages much more alike
We can use a single alphabet file and train it in any language,
as long as the training text is appropriately decomposed.
The Dasher project is supported by the Gatsby Foundation
and by the European Commission in the context of
the AEGIS project
- open Accessibility Everywhere: Groundwork, Infrastructure, Standards)
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