Talk:Taiwanese kana

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Mojikyo[edit]

Currently, Mojikyo is the only software/encoding that fully supports the system. Unicode lack of some overlined kanas and tone signs.

I'm just curious, does Mojikyo really fully support the syllabary? My version (free character map, ver.4.00) does have overlined kana and tone signs, but not under-dotted kana for aspirated sounds. Anyone knows how to input them? Kzaral 11:07, 19 January 2007 (UTC)

Taiwanese kana (and other supplement kana's, see http://hwm3.gyao.ne.jp/shiroi-niwatori/nishiki-teki.htm, Nishiki-Teki font) must be supported in Unicode! --Jugydmort (talk) 13:16, 17 February 2012 (UTC)

Nasal sounds[edit]

* Initial [ŋ] is spelt as [ɡ] with a nasal tone sign. For example, ガアTaiwanese kana normal tone 2.png [ɡa˥˩], ガアTaiwanese kana nasal tone 2.png [ŋa˥˩].

How is gaⁿ or ngaⁿ written then? (does not have to be "-a")

OosakaNoOusama (talk) 04:53, 25 July 2012 (UTC)