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VMs: Re: Numbered transcription

On Thursday 03 October 2002 2:36 pm, Nick Pelling wrote:
> A disjoint ch would then look like this:-
>          c'h

No it cannot. The <h> always joins to the previous character from the top.
Unless you are joining the <'> to the <h>.

There is something unclear that could be <c'h> in here:

<f43v.4>       d(cc'h)ey,ykeedy....

but this could be also <d(ch'h)ey>.

You may have <e'e>, but I this happens very rarely (about 3 times) .

I suggest to look in the EVA pages at Rene's site. This has been discussed 
*many* times and Frogguy's capitalisation rules allow to represent virtually 
all joining variations.