RE: pIqaD in actual use

From: Shawn Steele <>
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2013 00:17:10 +0000

There're examples of pIqaD in the PUA on this DL's archives. Not quite sure how that got there.

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Subject: pIqaD in actual use

According to Wikipedia:

In September 2011, Eurotalk released the "Learn Klingon" course in its Talk Now! range of over 130 languages and includes a choice of more than 120 languages to learn from just by changing the help language.
The course is broken down into topics and made up of practice and learning games as well as the ability to test your skills with the speech recognition software. The language is displayed in both Latin and pIqaD fonts making this the first language course written in pIqaD and approved by CBS and Marc Okrand. It was translated by Jonathan Brown and Okrand and uses the Hol-pIqaD TrueType font.

That should help at least some of the pIqaD in real use problems, though not the OMG! Klingon problems.

Kie ekzistas vivo, ekzistas espero.
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