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== Different pages for different spellings ==
 
Hello, wesaþ hale,
 
I have noticed that there are different pages for different spelling styles: GW, ȝƿ, and runes. I think it would be possible to have one page, and automatically generate the others (using JavaScript). Thoughts? [[User:PiRSquared17|PiRSquared17]] ([[User talk:PiRSquared17|talk]]) 15:36, 21 Winterfylleþ 2012 (UTC)
:It was a compromise to avoid ''ingewinn''; the Wiki was about to be torn apart and it is an old argument, painful to recall. Were it possible to do as you suggest, that would certanly be a way forward.
 
:Runes are an esoteric variant just added because they could be. The main difference was an argument about whether to use "w" or "ƿ".
 
:'''Ƿ''' is authentic (though W is not unknown in authentic text) but textbooks rarely use Ƿ; we have all been taught using W. I suggested an optional font which shows every W as a Ƿ but there was an obbjection that they would stll want to see "George W Bush" not "George Ƿ Bush". I can't see the logical distinction myself.
 
:'''Ȝ''' is more peculiar: it became an independent letter only in the later Middle Ages. It is not authentic in Old English except that in Old English writing the letter G is shaped "G" in majuscule and "ȝ" in miniscule; it is just the shape of "g" in that script not a letter itself. Those advocating its use want to use '''G''' for the hard sound and '''Ȝ''' for the soft sound, a distinction not found in Old English.
 
:We could then have an option to show "W" as "Ƿ" if that is the reader's preference, and to show "g" as "ȝ", and indeed an option for runes. Is it possible though?
 
:[[User:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[User talk:Hogweard|talk]]) 08:41, 22 Winterfylleþ 2012 (UTC)
::What you said in the last line would definitely be possible, unless we need to make a distinction between soft/hard G. If we do that, we would need a list of every word with soft G (not possible). So... do we need to make that distinction? [[User:PiRSquared17|PiRSquared17]] ([[User talk:PiRSquared17|talk]]) 01:00, 23 Winterfylleþ 2012 (UTC)
 
:::I can't see how one could make the distinction between a hard G and a soft G. Apart from there being no agreement about how my ancestors pronounced each word, and that a G would change from soft to hard depending on the context, there is no distinction made in written ''Englisc''. [[User:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[User talk:Hogweard|talk]]) 12:16, 23 Winterfylleþ 2012 (UTC)
::::Hello,
::::I have created a script to convert between the various orthographic styles in use on the Anglo-Saxon Wikipedia. To install it, go to [[Special:MyPage/common.js]] and add ''importScript("User:PiRSquared17/spellingstyle.js");'' to the bottom. (you may have to clear your cache, and it only works if JavaScript is enabled) Is that good? If so it can be made into a gadget in preferences. [[User:PiRSquared17|PiRSquared17]] ([[User talk:PiRSquared17|talk]]) 14:56, 25 Winterfylleþ 2012 (UTC)
:::::Note: Using this script, it is possible, as suggested, to leave some letters/runes alone without conversion (like the "George W. Bush" example, or perhaps the page about runes). I made it so anything in <nowiki><span class="nochange">Insert text here</span></nowiki><!-- without the nowikis --> is left unchanged. Examples: <span class="nochange">George W Bush</span> will not change, whether converted to GW, yogh+wynn, or runes. [[User:PiRSquared17|PiRSquared17]] ([[User talk:PiRSquared17|talk]]) 15:17, 25 Winterfylleþ 2012 (UTC)
I tried it, but I'm not sure what I'm looking at (nor indeed what "clear your cache" means, and what it would do to everything else even if I knew). What am I meant to see? [[User:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[User talk:Hogweard|talk]]) 23:14, 15 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
:Clearing your cache may not be neccessary to use this script, but instructions are available on [[w:Wikipedia:Bypass_your_cache]]. After you do that: at the top of every page, there should be "[ gw ] [ ȝƿ ] [ ᚱᚢᚾ ]" (right above the article text). For an example, try [[Ēotaland]]. You can also go to a page written in runes and convert to Latin! (using the same technique). I have an improved version I will upload if this works for you. Cheers, [[User:PiRSquared17|PiRSquared17]] ([[User talk:PiRSquared17|talk]]) 23:45, 16 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
::Aha! It works in Firefox, but not in IE9. [[User:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[User talk:Hogweard|talk]]) 20:11, 17 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
:::Hmm, I wonder why it doesn't work in IE9 -- I'll investigate this some more. [[User:PiRSquared17|PiRSquared17]] ([[User talk:PiRSquared17|talk]]) 23:03, 17 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
::::Nothing ever works in IE. — <font face="Junicode"><font size="3">[[User:Wōdenhelm|ᚹᚩᛞᛖᚾᚻᛖᛚᛗ]]</font> ([[User talk:Wōdenhelm|ᚷᛖᛋᛈᚱᛖᚳ]])</font> 00:09, 18 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
::::'''+''' Works nicely for '''Google Chrome''' on '''Windows 7'''. If I ever get around to firing up Ubuntu '''Linux''' I'll test on there too. — <font face="Junicode"><font size="3">[[User:Wōdenhelm|ᚹᚩᛞᛖᚾᚻᛖᛚᛗ]]</font> ([[User talk:Wōdenhelm|ᚷᛖᛋᛈᚱᛖᚳ]])</font> 00:13, 18 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
:::::It is now working on IE8 & IE9. Well done. [[User:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[User talk:Hogweard|talk]]) 20:27, 19 Blōtmōnaþ 2012 (UTC)
 
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