(2017-03-15, 11:17 pm)fkb9g Wrote:(2017-03-15, 8:45 pm)phil321 Wrote: If you're still out there somewhere in cyberspace and reading this, Suzubell, what did you end up doing? How did you get the RTK2 signal primitives into your flashcards?
I believe all of the RTK signal primitives (except 2 or 3) are encoded in Unicode.
The Kanjium database has these characters in its phonetics data.
Thanks for this. How do I download the RTK2 signal primitives from this database? I went to the link but I can't figure it out. Thanks.