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When making this box, I tried to be neutral, but of course there is some bias. For example, I list the 26 'standard' letters, that is, those used in English, first, and even ð and þ still come before most other 'extra' letters. (By the way, I'm not sure how to add wynn and yogh correctly, without the dreaded box appearing. Any help would be appreciated) My goal was to include any and all characters regarded as full letters in any relatively major language. As I don't have a massive knowledge of Finnish, or Czech, or many other languages more 'mysterious' to a naïve Midwesterner, I can't be even close to perfect. Anyway, the main reason for this was that I liked the usability of the navbox used for Cyrillic, and decided to emulate it. So, I did, and this is what happened. There it is. I will stop typing now. Maybe. Xyzzyva 17:24, Dec 26, 2004 (UTC)
I changed it to look like my periodic table of letters.220.127.116.11 (talk) 01:40, 18 December 2010 (UTC)
I made the original vowel-aligned version, and approve of your periodic table of the basic modern Latin alphabet. I like how the some of the columns line up, such as velar and uvular plosives in column 2 (except row 6). Thanks.Erudecorp?* 17:29, 18 December 2010 (UTC)