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Re: books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.

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Actually though these do seem rather expensive, its not going to help them get cheaper if you deprive them of sales by encouraging people to pirate them. I'm not suggesting that you would, but your message can be read in that way, and so I thought I'd mention it as this list is run by people connected with NV Access they do have to be careful to make sure all users remain within the law.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sue J. Ward" <groovy41@juno.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 9:52 PM
Subject: [nvda] books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.


Hello. I would like to buy the two books about NVDA but they are kind of pricey maybe email them to me if you can on the blind.training or it is called access technology institute website. One is about the NVDA screen reader which goes for 95 dollars that mainly talks about the entire screen reader guess from what I have read it walks you through everything the only thing I don't know when it was written. Does any one have a copy that could email it to me for free? The other one is about windows 10 using nvda it sounds like it is a good book to get it talks about the entire system but what I don't get is when you first get a new computer that has windows 10 it does not have word installed and in the book it mentions and walks you through windows 10 and one of the lessons is managing and saving documents mentions word plus there are several lessons about microsoft word. It is good but I just want a book mainly about windows 10 minus the stuff about word. The book does cost around 150 dollars it sounds like a good resource was wondering has anyone bought the books from the website and how good are they? I would also like a copy of the book as well if anyone has that could they email that to me? The books are an immersion in to NVDA

The other one is an immersion in to windows 10 with NVDA. Thank you.
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Re: Audio Output

Quentin Christensen
 

Is NVDA's sound output set to go to your NEW headphones?  You might have two sound devices - one for your old headphones and one for your new ones.  Press NVDA+CONTROL+S to open the synthesizer dialog, then press TAB to output device and ensure the correct device is set.

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Tue, Nov 27, 2018 at 1:23 PM Ralph Boersema <ralph@...> wrote:

Dear Friends,

 

Today I replaced my headset (Logitech H820E) with a new one of the same kind. First it worked well. Then I restarted NVDA and the NVDA output switched to the laptop speakers. The system sounds still output through the headset, but NVDA does not. All the sound device settings that we could find are correct. The NVDA setting under preferences for sound output is set to the headphone as desired. Nevertheless the NVDA output comes through the laptop speakers and not the headset. I am using Windows 10.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Warmly,

Ralph



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Re: Audio Output

Sylvie Duchateau
 

Hello Ralph,

Did you have a look at the sound settings in the system tray?

If you press windwos+B, use the up arrow key to find the sound icon. It may say "speaker", or "headset".

If it says speakers, right click on it using the appropriate key stroke or shift+f10.

choose "open sound settings"

You will have a list of your sound devices.

Choose your headset and press enter.

Other idea, if your headset is a bluetooth device, do the same procedure to find the bluetooth icon in the system tray.

right click on it to display your bluetooth devices.

Try to disconnect your headset and connect it again.

More radically, uninstall your device and install it again.

That is all I can think of.

I hope you will find a way to solve your problem.

Best

Sylvie

Le 27/11/2018 à 03:44, Ralph Boersema a écrit :

I already did this and also already restarted the computer. The problem remains.

 

Ralph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 9:34 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Audio Output

 

Try closing and restarting NVDA.

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 8:23 PM

Subject: [nvda] Audio Output

 

Dear Friends,

 

Today I replaced my headset (Logitech H820E) with a new one of the same kind. First it worked well. Then I restarted NVDA and the NVDA output switched to the laptop speakers. The system sounds still output through the headset, but NVDA does not. All the sound device settings that we could find are correct. The NVDA setting under preferences for sound output is set to the headphone as desired. Nevertheless the NVDA output comes through the laptop speakers and not the headset. I am using Windows 10.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Warmly,

Ralph


Re: ergent help needed with phonetic transcriptions

Vlad Dragomir
 

Hello,

 

Just throwing in a word of compassion. I had to abandon my studies because of this, a few years ago. Not being able to follow and do assignments related to phonetics was one decisive reason. All I can say is, let’s hope that someone, somewhere, someday will solve this. It shouldn’t be hard to do.

 

I do wish you courage, and I would be grateful if you let me know if and how you find a solution, either in private or still on this list.

 

Best regards,

 

Vlad.


Re: ergent help needed with phonetic transcriptions

enes sarıbaş
 

so Brian, you are one of the few people who know what I got myself into then.  I think I can write the morphology assignment with no phonetics. Moreover, as I will do my thesis on pragmatics, I will not use more phonetics for the rest of my master. But I want to eventually learn the alphabet, as I want to do a doctorate in linguistics.


On 11/27/2018 1:44 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 02:16 PM, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
So the concept is then, trying to put sounds into a writable form for a person who cannot see it in the first place. This sounds a bit like some kind comedy sketch from an old goon show.
Precisely.

I also don't know how to explain that we who see and are examining material in the IPA are not trying to read it, but are really using it to "sound it out."

As you're also a Brian, you know what our shared name sounds like.  It would be written in IPA so that linguists, or non-native speakers of a given language, can sound out how we pronounce it.  No one ever reads it character by character using the actual IPA character name, but using the sound (AKA phoneme) that the character represents.

The list that John Isige presented is not comprehensive, either (and, John, that's not a swipe at you, it's just an observation).  A number of the common vowel digraphs of English are missing.

All of this takes me back to when I was studying speech and language pathology for my master's and put together a child-language checksheet for order of acquisition of various English phonemes, morphological markers, as well as interactional skills/communicative intents (among other things).

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Re: Audio Output

Ralph Boersema
 

I already did this and also already restarted the computer. The problem remains.

 

Ralph

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 9:34 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Audio Output

 

Try closing and restarting NVDA.

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 8:23 PM

Subject: [nvda] Audio Output

 

Dear Friends,

 

Today I replaced my headset (Logitech H820E) with a new one of the same kind. First it worked well. Then I restarted NVDA and the NVDA output switched to the laptop speakers. The system sounds still output through the headset, but NVDA does not. All the sound device settings that we could find are correct. The NVDA setting under preferences for sound output is set to the headphone as desired. Nevertheless the NVDA output comes through the laptop speakers and not the headset. I am using Windows 10.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Warmly,

Ralph


Re: NVDA 2018.4 Beta 2: Improved Responsiveness in Mozilla Thunderbird

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi David,

I can't notice much difference - it seems pretty snappy in all three versions (2018.3.2, beta1 and beta2).  Are you using an add-on like the Mozilla app enhancements which might affect responsiveness?

If you might be, if you press NVDA+q, then down arrow to "restart with add-ons disabled" and press ENTER, you can check what it is like without any add-ons.  If that is much snappier, you could first check for updates to any addons you use - Joseph Lee particularly regularly releases updates to his add-ons which often improve performance.

Otherwise, if you could send me a copy of your log at input / output or debug level, I can see if I can find anything slowing you down.

Regards

Quentin.

On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 2:39 PM David Goldfield <david.goldfield@...> wrote:

Hi.

Last week I mentioned that NVDA 2018.4 beta 1 was exhibiting slower responsiveness with certain keypresses. This was noticed in Thunderbird but also in Google Chrome, two programs which I use daily. I'm happy to report that this situation has improved and the responsiveness is much better in beta 2. However, the 2018.3.2 production build still seems snappier regarding the time it takes me to press a key until I hear the output or results of that press. I most notice this when navigating by links using K or shift-K. I'm very pleased that things have improved with beta 2 but I do hope that the final 2018.4 release will behave identically to 2018.3.2. Could someone from NV Access comment on this? Were changes made to NVDA which could, potentially, increase latency with key presses?


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Re: Audio Output

Gene
 

Try closing and restarting NVDA.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 8:23 PM
Subject: [nvda] Audio Output

Dear Friends,

 

Today I replaced my headset (Logitech H820E) with a new one of the same kind. First it worked well. Then I restarted NVDA and the NVDA output switched to the laptop speakers. The system sounds still output through the headset, but NVDA does not. All the sound device settings that we could find are correct. The NVDA setting under preferences for sound output is set to the headphone as desired. Nevertheless the NVDA output comes through the laptop speakers and not the headset. I am using Windows 10.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Warmly,

Ralph


Audio Output

Ralph Boersema
 

Dear Friends,

 

Today I replaced my headset (Logitech H820E) with a new one of the same kind. First it worked well. Then I restarted NVDA and the NVDA output switched to the laptop speakers. The system sounds still output through the headset, but NVDA does not. All the sound device settings that we could find are correct. The NVDA setting under preferences for sound output is set to the headphone as desired. Nevertheless the NVDA output comes through the laptop speakers and not the headset. I am using Windows 10.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Warmly,

Ralph


Re: Scren reader malfunctioning

Quentin Christensen
 

Have you restarted the computer - not just closed the lid, but go to the Windows shutdown option and choose "restart".



On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:46 PM Ibrahim Ajayi <kobisko@...> wrote:
Hi good people:
Please I am having problems with my NVDA screen reader.  I started
having these problems after a reformatting of my laptop computer a few
days ago.
The first problem is that I cannot change the keyboard layout from
desktop to laptop.  When I activate the laptop option, it does not
change from desk top to laptop.  I don't understand why this is
happening.  I in fact re-installed the program, but the problem has
persisted.
The problem is peculiar with NVDA, because I don't have these problems
with JAWS.  Please is there a fix for these problems.
I also want to find out how I can turn on windows defender, or windows
firewall.  When I attempted turning on windows defender, by typing
defender in to the search box, and windows defender coming up, I am
unable to pull down the file menu to go to tools, in order to do the
turn on.  I even tried using the application key, all to no avail.
Hope to read a response.
From Ibrahim.





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Re: ergent help needed with phonetic transcriptions

 

On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 02:16 PM, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
So the concept is then, trying to put sounds into a writable form for a person who cannot see it in the first place. This sounds a bit like some kind comedy sketch from an old goon show.
Precisely.

I also don't know how to explain that we who see and are examining material in the IPA are not trying to read it, but are really using it to "sound it out."

As you're also a Brian, you know what our shared name sounds like.  It would be written in IPA so that linguists, or non-native speakers of a given language, can sound out how we pronounce it.  No one ever reads it character by character using the actual IPA character name, but using the sound (AKA phoneme) that the character represents.

The list that John Isige presented is not comprehensive, either (and, John, that's not a swipe at you, it's just an observation).  A number of the common vowel digraphs of English are missing.

All of this takes me back to when I was studying speech and language pathology for my master's and put together a child-language checksheet for order of acquisition of various English phonemes, morphological markers, as well as interactional skills/communicative intents (among other things).

--

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build 17763  

A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep.

          ~ Saul Bellow, To Jerusalem and Back

 

 


Re: FW: [bhp] NVDA

Quentin Christensen
 

Hi,

As Adriani noted, there are a couple of issues on GitHub which could be similar.  A couple of questions to follow up:

You said several different versions of NVDA - so this is not a new issue, it has been present for some time?  Did it used to work at one point, or has it always been a problem?

Does it cause an error or a crash, in either NVDA or Visual Studio, or make NVDA unresponsive - aside from not being able to read text in Visual Studio, if you say, alt+tab to another window does NVDA work?

If you could set NVDA's log level to "debug", then repeat the program with NVDA, and then email me a copy of your NVDA log to info@..., that would be very helpful please.

There is some info on our log files here: https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda/wiki/LogFilesAndCrashDumps

Kind regards

Quentin.


On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 8:14 AM abdul muhamin <abdulmuhamin600@...> wrote:

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From: Raha Tehrani
Sent: Saturday, November 24, 2018 1:30 AM
To: bhp
Subject: [bhp] NVDA

 

Dear all.

as you all know, NVDA 2018.4 is on the way. at the moment, the

developers' version is available to check for probable problems.

there's a problem which I have seen with different versions of NVDA.

it won't say anything in Visual Basic in Microsoft visual studio. I

have tried it on Microsoft visual studio 2010. it's fine with the

design area. but it keeps being completely silent while the text

editor area is on the foreground. I have no account on Github. but if

you have one, please let them know about this very significant

problem, so that it can be fixed in the next release. it's kind of

important. because you can't simply edit what you write within the

text-editing environment. as a result, programming gets difficult on

visual basic in microsoft visual studio 2010, using NVDA. please do

tell the NVAccess team about this major problem. note: this is not the

case with JAWS. it's fine with VB in MS Visual Studio 2010. you can

easily move with design and text-editing area with jaws. therefore,

you can easily edit what you've written in the text editor

environment.

take care.

 

 

 



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Re: Please help me about Vocalizer

Isaac <bigikemusic@...>
 

Well, you could remove the entire addon and all files in your \users\username\roming\nvda\addons folder

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave" <dlh007@centurylink.net>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 6:32 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Please help me about Vocalizer


Where did you purchase the Vocalizer Voices? I bought mine from Code
Factory, and I too have had some issues with the voices not working.

I think mine was caused by my getting an update to Win 7. this might
have been about 8 months ago.

I have contacted Code Factory, but nothing they told me to do has worked.
I was finally told I may need to reinstall Win 7, and then everything
else again.

When I asked what files could I erase, that were Code Factory files,
they acted dumb and never responded back.

So, on that machine, I am using Jaws only.

Grumpy Dave





Re: Please help me about Vocalizer

Rui Fontes
 

Answered in private...

Rui Fontes
Tiflotecnia, Lda.


Às 00:24 de 27/11/2018, prem.translator@gmail.com escreveu:

Today, I just arrive at my office, and still get the following error:
"Error verifying credentials: Can not connect to Vocalizer for NVDA server. Please check if your internet connection is working."
There is no problem happening to laptop at my home.


Re: Please help me about Vocalizer

Dave <dlh007@...>
 

Where did you purchase the Vocalizer Voices? I bought mine from Code
Factory, and I too have had some issues with the voices not working.

I think mine was caused by my getting an update to Win 7. this might
have been about 8 months ago.

I have contacted Code Factory, but nothing they told me to do has worked.
I was finally told I may need to reinstall Win 7, and then everything
else again.

When I asked what files could I erase, that were Code Factory files,
they acted dumb and never responded back.

So, on that machine, I am using Jaws only.

Grumpy Dave


Re: Please help me about Vocalizer

prem.translator@...
 

Today, I just arrive at my office, and still get the following error: 
 
"Error verifying credentials: Can not connect to Vocalizer for NVDA server. Please check if your internet connection is working." 
 
There is no problem happening to laptop at my home. 


Re: books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.

Monte Single
 

The books at the nvaccess.org  website are about or less than 25 u s dollars.

 

From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of hurrikennyandopo ...
Sent: November-26-18 4:12 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.

 

Hi

 

Not sure if you are aware but nvaccess sells some books. They vary in price depending wht format you get. 2 of them are one is for excel and the other for word and there is one for the screen reader. They can be found at https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

I know that is probably not answering your other question on the other site but thought you might not know of these resources.

 

I do also have written and audio tutorials on my website for nvda and there is a page where i put together some windows 10 tutorials on stuff that i changed to suit my needs that other people would probably change to 2.

 

The website can be found at http://www.accessibilitycentral.net

Gene nz

 

On 27/11/2018 10:52 AM, Sue J. Ward wrote:

 Hello. I would like to buy the two books about NVDA but they are kind of pricey maybe email them to me if you can on the blind.training or it is called access technology institute website. One is about the NVDA screen reader which goes for 95 dollars that mainly talks about the entire screen reader guess from what I have read it walks you through everything the only thing I don't know when it was written. Does any one have a copy that could email it to me for free? The other one is about windows 10 using nvda it sounds like it is a good book to get it talks about the entire system but what I don't get is when you first get a new computer that has windows 10 it does not have word installed and in the book it mentions and walks you through windows 10 and one of the lessons is managing and saving documents mentions word plus there are several lessons about microsoft word. It is good but I just want a book mainly about windows 10 minus the stuff about word. The book does cost around 150 dollars it sounds like a good resource was wondering has anyone bought the books from the website and how good are they? I would also like a copy of the book as well if anyone has that could they email that to me? The books are an immersion in to NVDA

 The other one is an immersion  in to windows 10 with NVDA. Thank you.
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Check out my website for NVDA tutorials and other blindness related material at http://www.accessibilitycentral.net Regardless of where you are in New Zealand if you are near one of the APNK sites you can use a copy of the NVDA screen reader on one of their computers. To find out which locations (or location) is near to you please visit http://www.aotearoapeoplesnetwork.org/content/partner-libraries (Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa). To find an NVDA certified expert near you, please visit the following link https://certification.nvaccess.org/. The certification page contains the official list of NVDA certified individuals from around the world, who have sat and successfully passed the NVDA expert exam.


Re: books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.

Ann Byrne
 

The books are very reasonably priced, well done, worth every penny. I paid $23 US for the Word book and the Excel book.

At 04:12 PM 11/26/2018, you wrote:

Hi


Not sure if you are aware but nvaccess sells some books. They vary in price depending wht format you get. 2 of them are one is for excel and the other for word and there is one for the screen reader. They can be found at <https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/>https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

I know that is probably not answering your other question on the other site but thought you might not know of these resources.


I do also have written and audio tutorials on my website for nvda and there is a page where i put together some windows 10 tutorials on stuff that i changed to suit my needs that other people would probably change to 2.


The website can be found at <http://www.accessibilitycentral.net>http://www.accessibilitycentral.net

Gene nz


On 27/11/2018 10:52 AM, Sue J. Ward wrote:
Hello. I would like to buy the two books about NVDA but they are kind of pricey maybe email them to me if you can on the blind.training or it is called access technology institute website. One is about the NVDA screen reader which goes for 95 dollars that mainly talks about the entire screen reader guess from what I have read it walks you through everything the only thing I don't know when it was written. Does any one have a copy that could email it to me for free? The other one is about windows 10 using nvda it sounds like it is a good book to get it talks about the entire system but what I don't get is when you first get a new computer that has windows 10 it does not have word installed and in the book it mentions and walks you through windows 10 and one of the lessons is managing and saving documents mentions word plus there are several lessons about microsoft word. It is good but I just want a book mainly about windows 10 minus the stuff about word. The book does cost around 150 dollars it sounds like a good resource was wondering has anyone bought the books from the website and how good are they? I would also like a copy of the book as well if anyone has that could they email that to me? The books are an immersion in to NVDA

The other one is an immersion in to windows 10 with NVDA. Thank you.
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Image NVDA certified expert

Check out my website for NVDA tutorials and other blindness related material at <http://www.accessibilitycentral.net>http://www.accessibilitycentral.net Regardless of where you are in New Zealand if you are near one of the APNK sites you can use a copy of the NVDA screen reader on one of their computers. To find out which locations (or location) is near to you please visit <http://www.aotearoapeoplesnetwork.org/content/partner-libraries>http://www.aotearoapeoplesnetwork.org/content/partner-libraries (Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa). To find an NVDA certified expert near you, please visit the following link <https://certification.nvaccess.org/>https://certification.nvaccess.org/. The certification page contains the official list of NVDA certified individuals from around the world, who have sat and successfully passed the NVDA expert exam.


Re: books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.

Monte Single
 

The books on n v d a found on the;

Nvaccess.ort

Website are about one third the cost of those found on the

Blindtraining.com

Website.

Go to;

Nvaccess.ort/store and should find what you want.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sue J. Ward
Sent: November-26-18 3:52 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] books about NVDA on the access technology institute website.

Hello. I would like to buy the two books about NVDA but they are kind of pricey maybe email them to me if you can on the blind.training or it is called access technology institute website. One is about the NVDA screen reader which goes for 95 dollars that mainly talks about the entire screen reader guess from what I have read it walks you through everything the only thing I don't know when it was written. Does any one have a copy that could email it to me for free? The other one is about windows 10 using nvda it sounds like it is a good book to get it talks about the entire system but what I don't get is when you first get a new computer that has windows 10 it does not have word installed and in the book it mentions and walks you through windows 10 and one of the lessons is managing and saving documents mentions word plus there are several lessons about microsoft word. It is good but I just want a book mainly about windows 10 minus the stuff about word. The book does cost around
150 dollars it sounds like a good resource was wondering has anyone bought the books from the website and how good are they? I would also like a copy of the book as well if anyone has that could they email that to me? The books are an immersion in to NVDA

The other one is an immersion in to windows 10 with NVDA. Thank you.
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Re: ergent help needed with phonetic transcriptions

John Isige
 

Ah. I see that didn't work. Well, let me try just pasting the text in then.


#Posted by Marshall Flax.
# Converted from http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~reng/jaws-ipa.html


æ    Ash
ç    C Cedilla
ð    Edh
ø    Slashed O
ħ    Crossed H
ŋ    Eng
œ    O E Digraph
ǀ    Pipe
ǁ    Double Pipe
ǂ    Double Barred Pipe
ǃ    Exclamation Point
ɐ    Turned A
ɑ    Script A
ɒ    Turned Script A
ɓ    Hooktop B
ɔ    Open O
ɕ    Curly Tail C
ɖ    Right Tail D
ɗ    Hooktop D
ɘ    Reversed E
ə    Schwa
ɚ    Schwa With Hook
ɛ    Epsilon
ɜ    Reversed Epsilon
ɞ    Closed Reversed Epsilon
ɟ    Barred Dotless J
ɠ    Hooktop G
ɡ    Lowercase Script G
ɢ    Small Capital G
ɣ    Gamma
ɤ    Ram'S Horns
ɥ    Turned H
ɦ    Hooktop H
ɧ    Hooked Heng
ɨ    Barred I
ɪ    Small Capital I
ɫ    Lowercase L With Tilde
ɬ    Belted L
ɭ    Right Tail L
ɮ    L Yogh Digraph
ɯ    Turned M
ɰ    Turned M, Right Leg
ɱ    Left Tail M
ɲ    Left Tail N
ɳ    Right Tail N
ɴ    Small Capital N
ɵ    Barred O
ɶ    Small Capital O E Digraph
ɸ    Phi
ɹ    Turned R
ɺ    Turned Long Leg R
ɻ    Turned R, Right Tail
ɽ    Right Tail R
ɾ    Fish Hook R
ʀ    Small Capital R
ʁ    Inverted Small Capital R
ʂ    Right Tail S
ʃ    Esh
ʄ    Hooktop Barred Dotless J
ʈ    Right Tail T
ʉ    Barred U
ʊ    Upsilon
ʋ    Script V
ʌ    Turned V
ʍ    Turned W
ʎ    Turned Y
ʏ    Small Capital Y
ʐ    Right Tail Z
ʑ    Curly Tail Z
ʒ    Yogh
ʔ    Glottal Stop
ʕ    Reversed Glottal Stop
ʘ    Bull'S Eye
ʙ    Small Capital B
ʛ    Hooktop Small Capital G
ʜ    Small Capital H
ʝ    Curly Tail J
ʟ    Small Capital L
ʡ    Barred Glottal Stop
ʢ    Barred Reversed Glottal Stop
ʣ    D Z Digraph
ʤ    D Yogh Digraph
ʥ    D Curly Tail Z Digraph
ʦ    T S Digraph
ʧ    T Esh Digraph
ʨ    T Curly Tail C Digraph
ʰ    Superscript H
ʲ    Superscript J
ʷ    Superscript W
ʼ    Apostrophe
ˈ    Vertical Stroke Superior
ˌ    Vertical Stroke Inferior
ː    Length Mark
ˑ    Half Length Mark
˞    Right Hook
ˠ    Superscript Gamma
ˡ    Superscript L
ˤ    Superscript Reversed Glottal Stop
˥    Extra High Tone Bar
˦    High Tone Bar
˧    Mid Tone Bar
˨    Low Tone Bar
˩    Extra Low Tone Bar
̀    Grave Accent Above
́    Acute Accent Above
̂    Circumflex Above
̃    Tilde Above
̄    Macron Above
̆    Breve Above
̈    Umlaut Above
̊    Ring Above
̋    Double Acute Accent Above
̌    Wedge Above
̏    Double Grave Accent Above
̘    Advancing Sign Below
̙    Retracting Sign Below
̚    Corner Above
̜    Left Half Ring Below
̝    Raising Sign Below
̞    Lowering Sign Below
̟    Plus Below
̠    Minus Below
̤    Umlaut Below
̥    Ring Below
̩    Vertical Line Below
̪    Bridge Below
̬    Wedge Below
̯    Arch Below
̰    Tilde Below
̴    Superimposed Tilde
̹    Right Half Ring Below
̺    Inverted Bridge Below
̻    Square Below
̼    Seagull Below
̽    Over Cross Above
β    Beta
θ    Theta
χ    Chi
‖    Double Vertical Line
‿    Bottom Tie Bar
ⁿ    Superscript N
↑    Up Arrow
→    Rightward Arrow
↓    Down Arrow
↗    Upward Diagonal Arrow
↘    Downward Diagonal Arrow
͡    Top Tie Bar
    Macron Acute Above
    Grave Macron Above
    Grave Acute Grave Above