Here's a quick look at a version of the latin Alphabet I created in order to write my conlang on the computer. Originaly I used a conscript to write it, then I adapted the latin alphabet and nowerdays I tend to use the latin version rather than the conscript.
This version is now around 5 years old. It has some out-dated aspects which I am intending to ammend.
The pronounciation is approximate and the sounds shown is the most commonly used for each letter, however, there are alternative pronunciations for many which I will cover some other time. Much of the phonology is also out dated. Isn't it wonderful how a conlang can change in a similar way to a natural language!
(Letters that are now rarely used are uncapitallised)
Archeaic order ABC A à Á B C Ć D E È É F G H I ì Í J K L Ĺ M N Ń O Ó P q R Ŕ S t U Ù Ú v w X Y Z ̣́ź '
Alternative forms ......A' AA CC/Ç...E' EE........I' II.....L'/LL N'/NN OO.....RR.....U' UU...........ZZ
Modern order A Á B C Ć D E È É F G H I Í J K L Ĺ M N Ń O ́Ó P R Ŕ S U Ù Ú X Y Z '
' /./ or /?/