Hey. Cool. I installed a unicode font with the ogham characters
defined, set my xkb keymap to "ie(ogham)" (KDE has a GUI for this,
presumably GNOME does too), and I can type in ogham with AltGr+letter
in unicode apps...
᚛ ᚁᚂᚃᚄᚅ ᚆᚇᚈᚉᚊ ᚋᚌᚍᚎᚏ ᚐᚑᚒᚓᚔ ᚕᚖᚗᚘᚙ ᚚ ᚜
keymap of the above* (though N.B. not the Ogham letter's sound
value in all cases) is AltGr+
* Assuming I or the list server didn't screw up the encoding of
this mail - n.b. if you see a row of square boxes in your unicode
mail reader (most GUI ones these days), I mightn't have messed up
the encoding, you just mightn't have a font with ogham in it.
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