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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Standard post template

This blog post describes what a basic template for a post on this blog should look like. Feel free to just copy past the headers into your post and replace...

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Here’s a short tutorial on how to write your first blog post on the official Mother Tongues Blog. This tutorial assumes you’ve already signed up to become an author.

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Why I made yet another Cree syllabics converter

The Western Cree languages—Plains Cree, Woods Cree, and Swampy Cree—are written using two systems: one with letters borrowed from the English alphabet, in a system known as the standard Roman...

Standard post template

This blog post describes what a basic template for a post on this blog should look like. Feel free to just copy past the headers into your post and replace...

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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Tutorial: Choosing the right fonts to show Cree syllabics on your website

tl;dr: Use this font-family CSS declaration to successfully display Western Cree syllabics for most visitors to your website:

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Preventing feeding of g2p rules with case

When you write g2p mappings, sometimes you find yourself wanting to prevent feeding between rules, but your situation is too complex to be handled by the normal prevent-feeding option.

G2P Part 7: Contributing a new mapping to g2p for everyone to use

This is the last part of the seven-part series on g2p. In this part, we’ll discuss how to contribute your mappings to the main g2p library.

G2P Part 6: Solve inconsistencies in your text with a g2p pre-processing mapping

This is the 6th blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. In this post we’ll discuss how to use g2p to do the common natural...

G2P Part 5: Applications for g2p, an example with ReadAlongs

This is the 5th post in a seven-part series about g2p. In this post, we discuss using g2p to create interactive text/audio books with ReadAlong Studio.

G2P Part 4: advanced mappings with g2p

This is the 4th blog post in a seven-part series about g2p. This is a relatively long post, where we get in to all the nitty gritty of writing complex...

G2P Part 3: Make a basic mapping with g2p

This is the third blog post in a seven-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p on your computer. If you haven’t already, please read the introductory...

G2P Part 2: Using G2P Studio

This is the second blog post in a 7-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p. For background information on what g2p is, have a look at...

G2P Part 1: Getting from 'a' to 'b' with g2p - why g2p exists and will let you do awesome things

This is the first blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. This post describes some of the background context for why g2p was created, and...

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Preventing feeding of g2p rules with case

When you write g2p mappings, sometimes you find yourself wanting to prevent feeding between rules, but your situation is too complex to be handled by the normal prevent-feeding option.

G2P Part 7: Contributing a new mapping to g2p for everyone to use

This is the last part of the seven-part series on g2p. In this part, we’ll discuss how to contribute your mappings to the main g2p library.

G2P Part 6: Solve inconsistencies in your text with a g2p pre-processing mapping

This is the 6th blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. In this post we’ll discuss how to use g2p to do the common natural...

G2P Part 5: Applications for g2p, an example with ReadAlongs

This is the 5th post in a seven-part series about g2p. In this post, we discuss using g2p to create interactive text/audio books with ReadAlong Studio.

G2P Part 4: advanced mappings with g2p

This is the 4th blog post in a seven-part series about g2p. This is a relatively long post, where we get in to all the nitty gritty of writing complex...

G2P Part 3: Make a basic mapping with g2p

This is the third blog post in a seven-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p on your computer. If you haven’t already, please read the introductory...

G2P Part 2: Using G2P Studio

This is the second blog post in a 7-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p. For background information on what g2p is, have a look at...

G2P Part 1: Getting from 'a' to 'b' with g2p - why g2p exists and will let you do awesome things

This is the first blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. This post describes some of the background context for why g2p was created, and...

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G2P Part 7: Contributing a new mapping to g2p for everyone to use

This is the last part of the seven-part series on g2p. In this part, we’ll discuss how to contribute your mappings to the main g2p library.

G2P Part 6: Solve inconsistencies in your text with a g2p pre-processing mapping

This is the 6th blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. In this post we’ll discuss how to use g2p to do the common natural...

G2P Part 5: Applications for g2p, an example with ReadAlongs

This is the 5th post in a seven-part series about g2p. In this post, we discuss using g2p to create interactive text/audio books with ReadAlong Studio.

G2P Part 3: Make a basic mapping with g2p

This is the third blog post in a seven-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p on your computer. If you haven’t already, please read the introductory...

G2P Part 2: Using G2P Studio

This is the second blog post in a 7-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p. For background information on what g2p is, have a look at...

G2P Part 1: Getting from 'a' to 'b' with g2p - why g2p exists and will let you do awesome things

This is the first blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. This post describes some of the background context for why g2p was created, and...

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Preventing feeding of g2p rules with case

When you write g2p mappings, sometimes you find yourself wanting to prevent feeding between rules, but your situation is too complex to be handled by the normal prevent-feeding option.

G2P Part 7: Contributing a new mapping to g2p for everyone to use

This is the last part of the seven-part series on g2p. In this part, we’ll discuss how to contribute your mappings to the main g2p library.

G2P Part 6: Solve inconsistencies in your text with a g2p pre-processing mapping

This is the 6th blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. In this post we’ll discuss how to use g2p to do the common natural...

G2P Part 5: Applications for g2p, an example with ReadAlongs

This is the 5th post in a seven-part series about g2p. In this post, we discuss using g2p to create interactive text/audio books with ReadAlong Studio.

G2P Part 4: advanced mappings with g2p

This is the 4th blog post in a seven-part series about g2p. This is a relatively long post, where we get in to all the nitty gritty of writing complex...

G2P Part 3: Make a basic mapping with g2p

This is the third blog post in a seven-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p on your computer. If you haven’t already, please read the introductory...

G2P Part 2: Using G2P Studio

This is the second blog post in a 7-part series describing how to make a basic mapping with g2p. For background information on what g2p is, have a look at...

G2P Part 1: Getting from 'a' to 'b' with g2p - why g2p exists and will let you do awesome things

This is the first blog post in a seven-part series about a software tool called g2p. This post describes some of the background context for why g2p was created, and...

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G2P Part 4: advanced mappings with g2p

This is the 4th blog post in a seven-part series about g2p. This is a relatively long post, where we get in to all the nitty gritty of writing complex...

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