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English: IPA vowel chart for Slovenian in SVG format.
Slovenščina: Diagram samoglasnikov za slovenščino (glej Mednarodna fonetična abeceda)
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  • File:Slovenian_vowel_chart.png licensed with PD-self
    • 2005-10-21T21:59:53Z IceKarma 281x216 (2825 Bytes) {{Information| |Description=IPA vowel chart for [[w:Slovenian language|Slovenian]]. |Source=self-made |Date=Created 21. Oct. 2005 |Author=Jeffrey Connell ([[w:User:IceKarma|IceKarma]]) |Permission=Released into publ
  • File:IPA_vowel_trapezium.svg licensed with Cc-by-sa-2.5,2.0,1.0, GFDL
    • 2009-02-19T21:21:35Z Moxfyre 980x720 (18429 Bytes) fonts Bitstream->DejaVu (apparently all the IPA symbols actually come from DejaVu which is a derivative of Bitstream... whoops)
    • 2009-02-19T18:25:44Z Moxfyre 980x720 (18659 Bytes) Added example vowel markers and labels, margins with room for labels, and explanatory text, split into separate SVG layers. My goal is to make this more useful as a ''template'' for vowel charts.
    • 2009-02-19T06:05:52Z Moxfyre 882x660 (2907 Bytes) removed unused defs in the XML to reduce file size
    • 2009-02-18T21:57:03Z Moxfyre 882x660 (3165 Bytes) fixed opaque trapezoid
    • 2009-02-18T18:07:31Z Moxfyre 882x660 (3168 Bytes) {{Information |Description=Standard [[:en:International Phonetic Association|IPA]] [[:en:Vowel diagram|vowel trapezium]] template for future SVG-based vowel charts... which are mostly in raster format now :-( |Source=*[[:File

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