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21 April 2015

20 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . Iran‎; 11:17 . . (+42). .Rye-96 (talk | contribs)(That composition is fundamentally wrong. It's like adding a line before the French preposition "de", or the English, "of". Remember it's an official alphabet, and that the pronunciation guidances are already available.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Iran‎; 10:11 . . (0). .Rye-96 (talk | contribs)(Undid revision 657209437 by Negahbaan - That composition is fundamentally wrong. It's like adding a line between the French preposition "de" and a word before it. As explained before, itpronunciation guidance are available.)

19 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . Iran‎; 17:30 . . (0). .Negahbaan (talk | contribs)(Also, for consistency's sake: The preposition -e (and sometimes -ye) makes use of the hyphen. This denotes it as being *separate* but attached to the word.) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Iran‎; 17:24 . . (-50). .Negahbaan (talk | contribs)(No need to revert the edits made for consistency across Wiki country info boxes.) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)

17 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . Iran‎; 19:59 . . (-171). .Zurkhardo (talk | contribs)(Corrected some grammatical errors and removed specific details that are not necessary for an already long intro.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Iran‎; 09:14 . . (+32). .Rye-96 (talk | contribs)("Ye" is a separate preposition; it may even be removed in texts written in the Perso-Arabic script, but it's still pronounced and has a separate role. Modern orthography also emphasizes on the separation. Pronunciation guidances already exist.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Iran‎; 01:47 . . (+1). .Negahbaan (talk | contribs)(Forgot -ye in motto.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Iran‎; 01:46 . . (-30). .Negahbaan (talk | contribs)(As you said, -ye can be used after i/y. That is the predominant pronunciation. The reason for transliterations is to help those who do not speak the language pronounce it properly. Cleaned up native name section of infobox.)

16 April 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . m Iran‎; 14:09 . . (-1). .Rye-96 (talk | contribs)(The letter X is used for the phoneme /χ/ in the Official Iranian Latin alphabet. "Kh" is unofficially used on the internet.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Iran‎; 14:05 . . (-17). .Rye-96 (talk | contribs)(That's not a transliteration. That's the Official Iranian Latin alphabet, approved in 2012 by the United Nations.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Iran‎; 13:59 . . (+18). .Rye-96 (talk | contribs)(Nastaliq is an informal font. – "Ye/e" (of) is a separate preposition. "Ye" is used after words ending with vowels; however, both "e" and "ye" can be used after the letters "i" and "y".)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Iran‎; 04:44 . . (-16). .Negahbaan (talk | contribs)(The infobox transliterations have been restored to their previous (correct) versions.)

15 April 2015

14 April 2015