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This article uses images (in particular, GIFs) to represent the three characters that are not necessarily standard Latin. However, it seems to me that two of the three at least have similar Unicode symbols: Ŋŋ (though this is specifically called the 'eng', suggesting that it usually represents the velar nasal, rather than the palatal nasal) and Чч (though this is a Cyrillic character, so it might be inappropriate to include it in the Latin-based alphabet). I can't find any symbol to approximate those used for /ʃ/. Thoughts? —Gordon P. Hemsley→✉ 16:09, 29 April 2012 (UTC)
As you rightly point out, there are Unicode symobls that are similar to Dajnko's letters for ŋ and ч, and indeed even for 8. Hoever, care should be taken in using those Unicode characters for Dajnko's letters. Why? Because such characters were inserted into Unicode without research or reference to the work of Dajnko and the Slovenian language. So, the properties of those characters may be different from the properties required for the Slovenian language. Additionally, the Unicode characters may not be suited to Dajnko's letters - for example, Cyrillic ч is part of the Cyrillic subset of letters, not Latin. Also, the lower case Cyrillic ч does not go below the baseline, whereas Dajnko's letter does - it is more like a lower case y in that respect. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 02:44, 18 November 2016 (UTC)