Harta for Finnish and Estonian

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Harta for Finnish and Estonian

Postby Myrtonos » Thu 01 Mar 2012 9:54 am

Colud harta be used to wirte Finnish and Estonian? Whie orginally deveplod for Hungarian, it seems that it would make sense to adapt it for Finnish as Estonian as well. While Finnish distinguishes between short and long vowels, as far as I know, only short vowels are word initial, this mean that the same vowel carrier colud be used for both long and word initial vowels, I don't know that much about Estonian.
Tyoxt icx zigna xaqis kirml nuganip icxptoi.
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Re: Harta for Finnish and Estonian

Postby Yaziq » Fri 02 Mar 2012 6:04 pm

Of course it is possible, but has Harta gained a following in Hungary? If it can be adapted for use on a cellphone for texting it has a chance.
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Re: Harta for Finnish and Estonian

Postby qwerty12302 » Wed 08 Aug 2012 7:30 pm

Possibly it can be used to write Finnish an Estonian, but how to write Finnish letter ä (and å, only in foreign names and loanwords) and Estonian letter õ?
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Re: Harta for Finnish and Estonian

Postby akoska66 » Sun 14 Jul 2013 7:04 am

Sorry, but this is bad idea to me! This as such hard then write Hungarian in Chinese characters...
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