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So if I understand you correctly, then you are saying we should replace the bigrams th and ng with something like
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þ and ŋ

and you want to replace th regardless of the sound (with the thesis).

and then drop c,x,q and replace with new vowel sounds
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ə and ɔ and ɐ

and make y like ü

Okay, my observation is that in the one case you are targeting letters, and in the other, sounds.

Just worried that that approach will lead to design conflicts down the road.

Also, if J replaces Y so that yellow becomes jellow, how do we spell Jupiter?

Thanks, Ian

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