William Overington Posted November 28, 2022 Share Posted November 28, 2022 Abstract emoji-compatible characters (previously known as abstract emoji, but changed so as to minimize the possibility of controversy over the naming of them). Previously I have produced various designs. Some for personal pronouns, and some others. http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~ngo/mariposa_novel.htm. I have now designed some abstract emoji-compatible characters to represent verbs. There are twenty-seven of them thus far. Here are some designs. The top row show three designs. The design idea is that each of those three designs can be thought of as a design type. For each of those design types, nine characters can be produced, by having either or both of the external to the square vertical blue lines present, and having either or both of the external to the square horizontal blue lines present. The lower row shows three example characters. I have not yet assigned meanings to any of them yet. I am thinking that a simple sentence would consist of four characters, zero or more emoji characters and zero or more abstract emoji-compatible characters. Firs character a noun or personal pronoun, picture or abstract. Second a tense indicator, one of present, future, past, pluperfect, and others. Third a verb character. Fourth a noun. For example, I am wanting a pineapple. would have three abstract emoji-compatible characters followed by an emoji character. A man is wanting a pineapple. would have an emoji character, followed by two abstract emoji-compatible characters, followed by an emoji character. William Quote Until December 2022, using a Lenovo laptop running Windows 10 in England. From January 2023, using an HP laptop running Windows 11 in England. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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