Umlaut

Signe Marie Sanne signe.sanne at roman.uib.no
Wed Feb 28 07:31:59 EST 2007


It is used in the orthography for the Indian dialect Boruca, spoken  
by only few inhabitants in Costa Rica. I'm making a language/research  
program for a colleague of mine from Costa Rica, who is professor at  
our Spanish department.

Signe Marie Sanne

Den 28. feb. 2007 kl. 13:05 skrev Marc Siskin:

> What will the Umlaut N represent?  I am trying to find references  
> to that character and so far (I haven't looked within IPA) I  
> haven't seen it.  What language Is the character supposed to be  
> used in?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Marc Siskin
> Manager, Modern Language Resource Center
> Carnegie Mellon University
> msiskin at andrew.cmu.edu
>
>
> On Feb 28, 2007, at 5:03 AM, Signe Marie Sanne wrote:
>
>> Hello
>> Perhaps someone of you may find a better solution to a small  
>> problem. I need to have the letter n with umlaut (tréma) in a text  
>> fld set to an ordinary textfont (verdana). So far I have used the  
>> imagesource, but I would like to know if there is a font (among  
>> those always present on both Mac and Windows) which will  
>> accomplish the same.
>>
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