daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Tue Feb 1 22:05:50 GMT 2011
German without diacritics looks wrong. <a> and <ä>, <o> and <ö>, as well as <u> and <ü> need to be distinguished. Not doing so is a mistake. If one cannot type the diacritics, the digraphical variants <ae>, <oe> and <ue> are permtted.
From: nicholas williams
Sent: Saturday, January 29, 2011 10:04 PM
I regularly use an online Hungarian-English dictionary. One of the imput choices is "ignore accents". Since diacritics are common in Hungarian, this is sensible. Moreover Hungarians themselves sometimes get diacritics wrong, confusing long vowels with short ones.
When writing Hungarian, however, one always uses diacritics. Not to do so would be incorrect.
On 2011 Gen 29, at 20:19, Michael Everson wrote:
I think you have mistaken input method equivalence with orthography.
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