The Leporellion in NewMorse

The Alpha(bet) and Omega
 of the Leporellion by using the Leporellion Font Family properly formatted as OpenTypeFont and TrueTypeFont. All Typefonts presented here are universal solutions and Wordart from its own right. Smart signs for dark times are made to encrypt criticism. Stay tuned! Get it on GitHub

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# Leporellion NewMorse The Alpha(bet) and Omega
 of the Leporellion by using Morse. This Typefont is an universal solution and Wordart from its own right.
CSS/Stylesheet
LeporellionNewMorse v2
@font-face {
font-family: 'LeporellionNewMorse';
src: url('https://wissensfiltr.com/fonts/LeporellionNewMorse-regular.otf?#iefix') format('opentype'), /* IE6-IE8, IE9 Compat Modes */
url('https://wissensfiltr.com/fonts/LeporellionNewMorse-regular.ttf') format('truetype'), /* Safari, Android, iOS */
url('https://wissensfiltr.com/fonts/LeporellionNewMorse-regular.svg') format('svg'); /* Legacy iOS */
font-weight: normal;
font-style: regular;
}


CSS/Character Mapping
LeporellionNewMorse v3

About Leporellion

The alphabet presented here serves as an incentive to learn and internalize the Leporellion. Only later you can negotiate an intercultural consensus on complex issues and use so-called aggregates, glyphs, prefixes and suffixes instead of a conventional alphabet - to which the sender and receiver had previously agreed.
Even if not all words can be visualized or shrunk, you can minimize the number of characters. You can encrypt without falsifying the meaning. Initially, you only write or transform your mother tongue into the Leporellion.
How to expand the vocabulary and use it for situational parlance, you learn in more chapters, but at a later date. In the end, you will notice that you compose more and write less!
You will recognize that you translate texts into Leporellion without distorting their original version. You reveal complex issues because you help pack fragile words.
The reproduction will only show its true character (face) after the translation. Also, what is hidden behind the columns, can be encrypted with the further development of the Leporellion. Stay tuned!


License Agreement

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LeporellionNewMorse by Jens T. Hinrichs is licensed under
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Based on a work at wissensfiltr.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at github.com/scifiltr.

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Creative Commons License
LeporellionNewMorse by Jens T. Hinrichs is licensed under
a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at wissensfiltr.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at github.com/scifiltr.

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