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Permission to use Module:qhv-pron

Hi! I am a contributor for High Valyrian on wiki.languageinvention.com, and I was wondering if I could use Module:qhv-pron (and the associated template Template:Qhv-IPA and make some adaptations, on our wiki. It's really great work by you and it seems unnecessary to do the same work twice. I will give you credit of course. I would really appreciate it! You can also reach me on juelosw [at] gmail [dot] com --Juelos (talk) 20:10, 7 June 2021 (UTC)

@Juelos: Hi Juelos, permission granted! High Valyrian entries here on Linguifex are based on your work and Najahho's on the Language Invention wiki, so thanks. Please feel free to correct any mistakes that I have made here, and to create new pages that I missed, to have High Valyrian documented in both wikis. I will add proper credit in the category linked above. Cheers! sware • 🗣 • 🏲 10:24, 8 June 2021 (UTC)
Thanks! Much appreciated.--Juelos (talk) 21:26, 8 June 2021 (UTC)
I found an error in Module:qhv-pron in that it assigns stress to the last syllable if the word ends in ks. If you move line 43 (term = gsub(term, "·$", "")) to line 38 , it is solved. (Also, it doesn't do well with adjacent vowels that don't form a diphtong (hiatus), but you can solve that by adding · between them. That one seems harder to solve by changing the code). --Juelos (talk) 07:44, 9 June 2021 (UTC)

Howdy and congratulations

Hey! It's my first time back here in a few months, and it was a pleasant surprise to see a page I'd read a few times before make it to the front page. So I just wanted to pop by and congratulate you on the achievement and say thanks for sharing such a cool language! Best, -User:Учхљёная (talk,conlangs,edits). 01:31, 22 November 2021 (UTC)

@Учхљёная: Hey, thanks! It was a great surprise for me too; I wasn't expecting getting featured. The language may not be mine, but I enjoyed putting the article together as if I were some kind of scholar. I'd be lying if I said I didn't read your work on Proto-Glaeglo-Hyudrontic or Danterske, for example.
Anyways, thanks to you for stopping by and reading the article, highly appreciated; or as they would put it, filu danci. Welcome back to Linguifex! Cheers, sware • 🗣 • 🏲 21:30, 22 November 2021 (UTC)