Text converters in posts (X-SAMPA and others)

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Re: Text converters in posts (X-SAMPA and others)

Postby księżycowy » 2017-12-22, 22:49

I see that they still need IPA tags to actually have the circumflex in the right spot, but it works. Thanks! :D

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Re: Text converters in posts (X-SAMPA and others)

Postby Luís » 2017-12-22, 22:56

księżycowy wrote:I see that they still need IPA tags to actually have the circumflex in the right spot, but it works. Thanks! :D

X̂x̂


They do? :hmm:
Maybe it depends on the browser. It works fine for me, even without the tags.
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Re: Text converters in posts (X-SAMPA and others)

Postby księżycowy » 2017-12-22, 23:09

Huh, I never thought to see if it works differently on different browsers. But yeah, on Firefox the circumflexes are off the the right side.

EDIT: And I just tried it with Chrome and same thing.

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Re: Text converters in posts (X-SAMPA and others)

Postby Ser » 2017-12-23, 3:19

Luís wrote:
księżycowy wrote:I see that they still need IPA tags to actually have the circumflex in the right spot, but it works. Thanks! :D

X̂x̂


They do? :hmm:
Maybe it depends on the browser. It works fine for me, even without the tags.

księżycowy wrote:Huh, I never thought to see if it works differently on different browsers. But yeah, on Firefox the circumflexes are off the the right side.

EDIT: And I just tried it with Chrome and same thing.

As I mentioned in the other thread, Windows users have a bad time using UniLang (even those on Windows 10!). It's not the browser, it's the font selection in the CSS. Trebuchet MS is a bad font for a language forum.

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Re: Text converters in posts (X-SAMPA and others)

Postby księżycowy » 2017-12-23, 8:34

That was pretty much my thought after checking the two browsers. It must be a Windows/font thing. Yay.


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