^1 In standard Slovenian [d͡z ɣ v] are allophones of /t͡s x f/ that occur before voiced consonants.
^2 Orthographic sequences ⟨lj nj rj⟩ are pronounced /lj nj rj/ only if a vowel follows, otherwise the /j/ is not pronounced. In the case of ⟨rj⟩ it is reflected in the orthography, but for ⟨lj nj⟩ it is not.
^3[ŋ] is an allophone of /n/ before /k g x/.
^4 In standard Slovene [w] is an allophone of /v/ (also /l/ in some cases) before consonants and pause. However, it is equally valid to consider it a phoneme because of minimal pairs like pọ̑l "pole" - pọ̑ł "half"
^5 Some scholars have found that vowel length in standard Slovene is no longer distinctive, and that the only differences in vowel length are that the stressed vowels are longer than the unstressed ones, and that stressed open syllables are longer than stressed closed syllables.
^6 Tonic marks are not part of the orthography, but are found in dictionaries, such as "Slovenski pravopis 2001". Tone marks can also be found on ⟨r⟩, which signifies the sequence /ər/.
^7 Wherever possible, one should transcribe Slovene with both tonic and stress marks. If the correct tones are unknown, it is acceptable to put only a stress-based transcription.
^8 Present only in loanwords and dialectal words; can be substituted by /ɛ́/ (in case of /ǿ/) and /í/ (in case of /ý/).
Šuštaršič, Rastislav; Komar, Smiljana; Petek, Bojan (1999), "Slovene", Handbook of the International Phonetic Association: A guide to the use of the International Phonetic Alphabet, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 135–139, doi:10.1017/S0025100300004874, ISBN0-521-65236-7