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Colour-based Scripts

These are constructed scripts which use colours to distinguish between different letters and symbols. Some also used the shapes and positions of the symbols as well.


Colour-based constructed scripts

Chromaphonoglyphics
Chromaphonoglyphics

(for American English)
colorAlphabet
colorAlphabet

(for English)
ColorHoney / ColorTokki
ColorHoney and ColorTokki

(for English)
Color Script
Color Script

(Portuguese)
Hexahue
Hexahue

(for English)
Sacgul alphabet
Sacgul

(for Korean and English)
Simtex script
Simtex

(for English, Spanish and other languages written with the Latin script)
Spiraling Syllabics
Spiraling Syllabics

(for English)

If you need to type in many different languages, the Q International Keyboard can help. It enables you to type almost any language that uses the Latin, Cyrillic or Greek alphabets, and is free.

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