Saturday, September 10, 2011

Unicode Converter Update


Now it is even easier to type in Baybayin Unicode and copy/paste it to Facebook!
Non-baybayin-reading folks can now translate what others wrote in Baybayin Unicode!

Use the Baybayin Unicode Converter today! :)

ᜇᜓᜋᜍᜋᜒ ᜈ ᜀᜅ᜴ ᜄᜓᜋᜄᜋᜒᜆ᜴ ᜅ᜔ ᜊᜌ᜴ᜊᜌᜒᜈ᜴ ᜐ ᜉᜒᜌ᜔ᜐ᜴ᜊᜓᜃ᜴᜶ ᜇᜑᜒᜎ᜴ ᜇᜒᜆᜓ᜵ ᜇᜓᜋᜍᜋᜒ ᜈ ᜍᜒᜈ᜴ ᜀᜅ᜴ ᜎᜓᜋᜎᜉᜒᜆ᜴ ᜐ ᜀᜃᜒᜈ᜴ ᜈ ᜀᜅ᜴ ᜑᜒᜎᜒᜅ᜴ ᜀᜌ᜴ ᜀᜌᜓᜐᜒᜈ᜴ ᜃᜓ ᜇᜏ᜴ ᜁᜆᜓᜅ᜴ ᜀᜉ᜴ᜎᜒᜃᜐ᜴ᜌᜓᜈ᜴ ᜈ ᜁᜆᜓ ᜉᜍ ᜁᜆᜓᜌ᜔ ᜋᜀᜀᜍᜒᜅ᜴ ᜋᜃᜊᜐ ᜇᜒᜈ᜴ ᜅ᜔ ᜂᜈᜒᜃᜓᜇ᜴᜶

The Baybayin Unicode Converter (Typepad) has been updated:
  • If you see boxes above instead of Baybayin characters - Download the updated Baybayin Modern Font (BMF) Unicode Mono - Updated: Sept. 10, 2011
    If you have downloaded this font before this update, please re-download & update your .ttf file.
  • The font's glyphs have been updated for better legibility, strokes adjusted and the x virama made larger.
  • It can now convert Baybayin Unicode into text. To convert Baybayin Unicode to text, select the "READ Baybayin Unicode" tool option on the drop-down menu, copy then paste the characters you wish to convert onto the text area, then click the "conv" (convert) button.
  • There are two new typing modes; the x Mode automatically types a virama below each character making them stand alone consonants, while the a Mode types syllable characters with the default 'a' vowel sound. Depending on which mode you use, typing vowels or kudlit marks after each character alters the default 'a' or cancels an auto-typed virama.
  • There is a ·· check-box that allows double kudlit marks which repeats a same-vowel syllable. It is automatically unchecked after each double kudlit is typed.
  •  A new "copy" (to clipboard) button is added to the "TYPE Baybayin Unicode" tool option to make it quick & easy to do so, it automatically highlights and copies everything you typed.
  • The Surat Mangyan pamudpod mark Unicode range is made accessible so you can use it if you chose to follow the following proposed modern virama rules:
  1. x = virama [Spanish cross kudlit (+)]: rendered by the = equal and + plus keys, it cancels vowels, preferably for leading or stand-alone consonant sounds;
    ex. ᜊ᜔ᜍᜓ bro | ᜅ᜔ ng
  2. / = pamudpod (Mangyan's virama): rendered by the / forward-slash key, it cancels vowels, preferably for trailing or dead-consonat sounds;
    ex. ᜊᜍ᜴ bar | ᜈᜅ᜴ nang
Enjoy! :)
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