Knight at Arms
I think what you're looking for is Loftr inn mikli.
Leifr Eiríksson said:Many are of the Haraz [at least, those with the banner] and have been playing since creation with the Einherjar and Fyrd Lewes.
Leifr Eiríksson said:It's no big secret as to how names can be edited to include special characters. What does it matter?
Hospes fori said:
Barabas said:Try right-alt + d. Or right-alt + o ^^
If it doesn't work you're keyboard is not set to the mode in which this works. (I know US-international does it, but I'm not sure about others.)
sotijalo said:Ya it seems my keyboard is way stupid for such things. I guess it could work if I sacrifice some virgins for keyboard-gods, but as default nothin' interesting happens. At least we've separate buttons for å, ä and ö like all normal people.
Dansk viking said:Learn how to switch keyboard-settings with a key-combination. I have Danish, German and Icelandic (switching with Ctrl-Alt-a). And the acutes are easy, don't you have the ´`¨^ buttons?
As Hroþa says, the use of accents in Ænglisc is a modern manner. Hence I believe it is totally acceptable not to use them in Ænglisc and I do not insist on using them when writing my name either. Nevertheless thank you for your support, but I am afraid I have to stay a muggle. No fancy name magic for me.Waidulf said:
Well, besides runic alphabets these languages are basically still written in the same Latin alphabets as they were back then, as far as I know. Concerning Ænglisc the letters g, i and w are the only exceptions I can think of at the moment. Yet this has to do with the overall change of Latin alphabets throughout history and not with these languages in particular.sotijalo said:Still I think it would be easier for me and only a bit annoying for everyone else if I try to bypass this problem with using th or d in place ð. It's just as realistic as any of those languages written in modern latin alphabet.