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Cyrillic character codes instead of Latin ones
JM, you replaced Unicode character values U+0456, U+04E6, U+04E7 with Latin i and Ö. That doesn't seem right. Shouldn't these be characters in the Cyrillic range?
Does anyone know about the Komi letters in the Cyrillic Supplementary range U+0500–U+050F? Do those belong to Abur?
- Me thinks Wikipedia is badly served by letters that show up as "ӧ", but my fanatism about the Komi language is limited, why I think enough is enough after one attempt to fix this. ;-) No hard feelings. --Johan Magnus 15:29, 6 Feb 2005 (UTC)
- I don't understand. That shows up as a little "o" with two dots over it; isn't that correct? Please don't beat around the bush, but explain the problem. Your edit comment "IPA is for phonetic transcriptions" didn't give us any hints that there was a problem.
- The letter comes up correctly in my browser. Johan Magnus' problem is that he does not have enough glyphs in his font, so that The Komi Ӧ and ӧ will look like the latin Ö and ö for all with a good Cyrillic font, and like squares or whatever for the rest of you.
- Another issue: The article should be merged with Komi Zyrian, and Komi language is the best name for the article. Trondtr.
announcement in the Komi wikipedia
Yes, I've just brought this issue to the attention of the Komi wikipedia (which suffers from the use of wrong codes): Cyrillic ӧ and і!. Everyone is welcome to help with it there.--Imz (talk) 00:43, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
Komi language templates
If you are a native speaker of Komi then you can help translate these templates into your own language:
Does the section on writing systems apply specifically to Komi-Zyrian, or does it apply equally to Komi-Permyak (which is hardly mentioned in the article)? --Amble (talk) 06:38, 12 September 2012 (UTC)