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Bad External Links
both the external links are 404'd. Normally, I'd just look at the Wayback Machine (http://web.archive.org) and redirect the links to there, but it's offline at the moment. Wfh (talk) 01:40, 9 March 2016 (UTC)
Qoppa, San, Sampi, and Digamma are all displayed as boxes. I tried encoding it in Greek, but the same result.
For Proper Display
You may find reading Code2000 useful. At the bottom there is an external link to the Code2001 website where you can download a current version of the software. It should solve your problems. JH 2004.12.28
How would a labio-velar plosive be even pronounced? Labio means lips, velar means of the velum, or the soft palette.
The meaning of labio-velar would seem to indicate the lips forming a plosive with the soft palette. Last I checked, the human body can't articulate such a sound.
I'm removing the reference, and any replacement of it in the future should be accompanied with the IPA representation for the sound, or at least a short explanation as to its articulation. --dfoesch
I found an explanation on Labial-velar consonant. I've returned the page, and gave a link to that article. --dfoesch
Can anyone clarify what "Q sound" means in this article?? Georgia guy 23:50, 10 February 2006 (UTC)