Talk:Komi language

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Cyrillic character codes instead of Latin ones[edit]

JM, you replaced Unicode character values U+0456, U+04E6, U+04E7 with Latin i and Ö. That doesn't seem right. Shouldn't these be characters in the Cyrillic range?

Does anyone know about the Komi letters in the Cyrillic Supplementary range U+0500–U+050F? Do those belong to Abur?

Michael Z. 2005-02-5 18:08 Z

Me thinks Wikipedia is badly served by letters that show up as "ӧ", but my fanatism about the Komi language is limited, why I think enough is enough after one attempt to fix this. ;-) No hard feelings. --Johan Magnus 15:29, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC)
I don't understand. That shows up as a little "o" with two dots over it; isn't that correct? Please don't beat around the bush, but explain the problem. Your edit comment "IPA is for phonetic transcriptions" didn't give us any hints that there was a problem.
Is it a little square or question mark in your browser? Are you using MSIE/Windows? Did it look wrong before you removed Template:IPA from the page? Michael Z. 2005-02-6 16:16 Z
The letter comes up correctly in my browser. Johan Magnus' problem is that he does not have enough glyphs in his font, so that The Komi Ӧ and ӧ will look like the latin Ö and ö for all with a good Cyrillic font, and like squares or whatever for the rest of you.
Another issue: The article should be merged with Komi Zyrian, and Komi language is the best name for the article. Trondtr.

announcement in the Komi wikipedia[edit]

Yes, I've just brought this issue to the attention of the Komi wikipedia (which suffers from the use of wrong codes): Cyrillic ӧ and і!. Everyone is welcome to help with it there.--Imz (talk) 00:43, 6 August 2008 (UTC)

Komi language templates[edit]

If you are a native speaker of Komi then you can help translate these templates into your own language:


koi This user is a native speaker of Komi-Permyak.
Edit
kpv This user is a native speaker of Komi-Zyrian.
Edit


--Amazonien (talk) 03:56, 20 January 2009 (UTC)

Writing systems[edit]

Does the section on writing systems apply specifically to Komi-Zyrian, or does it apply equally to Komi-Permyak (which is hardly mentioned in the article)? --Amble (talk) 06:38, 12 September 2012 (UTC)