Re: Klingon, again

From: John Cowan (
Date: Fri May 16 2003 - 07:37:56 EDT

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    William Overington scripsit:

    > I wonder how he encoded the Klingon characters, whether he used graphic
    > files or a font, and, if a font, whether he used the code points from the
    > ConScript Unicode Registry or something else.

    The only standard orthography for Klingon uses the Latin alphabet.

    John Cowan
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