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  Malt's QuickScript Resources
Quickscript is a phonetic writing system based on the english language.
It was devised by Kingsley Read and employs his quickscript alphabet to represent the sounds of the english.
If you are having difficulty reading a passage from the quickscript version it helps to read the corresponding passage in the English version first.
members.optusnet.com.au /~malt99/project_quickscript_website   (315 words)

  
  Quickscript -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
There are also adapted Quickscript alphabets for other languages, using the same letters for sounds which do not exist in English.
After a lengthy ' ((computer science) a second test of an experimental product (such as computer software) carried out by an outside organization) beta testing' phase with about 500 users, he reworked his alphabet again and came up with Quickscript, a manual for which he published in 1966.
The characters are designed to often flow into one another while still maintaining readability, and to be easy to write - since few computers existed at the time, and only a few typewriters were ever made with the Shavian script.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/q/qu/quickscript.htm   (240 words)

  
 Shavian alphabet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Due to contestation of Shaw's will, the trust charged with developing the new alphabet was only able to afford to publish one book: a version of Shaw's play Androcles and the Lion, in bi-alphabetic edition with both conventional and Shavian spellings.
Both are ligatures, and their relation to other letters is usually taken as evidence for this reversal.
Quickscript is intended to be more useful for handwriting, and to that end is more cursive and uses more ligatures.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shavian_alphabet   (978 words)

  
 Quickscript
In his will, he provided for a competition, and Kingsley Read[?] won it with his 'Shavian' script.
After a lengthly 'beta testing' phase with about 500 users, he reworked his alphabet again and came up with Quickscript.
The text of this article is licensed under the GFDL.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/qu/Quickscript.html   (210 words)

  
 Quikscript / Read Alphabet
There are two written forms of Quickscript: Junior and Senior.
The letters in Junior Quickscript are mostly unconnected, with the exception of a few common dipthongs.
Senior Quickscript is the semi-cursive "official" form of Quickscript: many letters have alternate forms which allow words to be handwritten with fewer lifts of the pen.
www.omniglot.com /writing/quikscript.htm   (218 words)

  
 High-Speed Automated Prescription Filler Saves Time For Pharmacists And Patients   (Site not responding. Last check: )
QuickScript™ System automated prescription-filling machines from AutoMed Technologies Inc. are improving efficiency in pharmacy operations, cutting prescription-filling time down to minutes.
The QuickScript™ System is high-speed, high-volume technology that markedly improves efficiency in pharmacy operations, cutting prescription-filling time down to minutes.
The QuickScript™ System is designed for high-volume operations in hospitals and clinics as well as retail pharmacies and can fill more than 90 prescriptions per hour.
www.bayerus.com /new/2000/01.21.00c.html   (1005 words)

  
 Quickscript by Kingsley Read
He got no more support from the Shaw estate, so no more types were ever founded, and he handwrote Quickscript (which he sometimes spelled Quikscript, as on the cover of this undated pamphlet, probably published in 1966.).
Quickscript received much less publicity than the Shaw Alphabet, and is much less well known.
The only fluent writer of Quickscript I know of is Roger Collin, a New Zealander who learned Quickscript from an extraordinary Australian source, Cole's Funny Picture Book No.2 71st (Surprise) Edition 1979, ISBN 099900 03 5.
members.aol.com /RSRICHMOND/quickscript.html   (245 words)

  
 MacKiDo/History/History_TT
Apple could easily have created their own scripting and printing technology for the laser printer and in fact this path was explored with a project (later) code-named QuickScript.
QuickScript was a zombie project that kept coming back from the dead.
Apple saw that their work was good, and decided to become one of the early investors in the company and its technology.
www.mackido.com /History/History_TT.html   (1938 words)

  
 Extension Module - QuickScript — ESI Group
The QuickScript Developer software module from ESI Group allows you to extend AutoSEA2's functionality with your own custom software or custom interface.
Furthermore, for those not interested in developing their own custom scripts, ESI Group is offering QuickScript Runtime free of charge.
QuickScript is built on the same foundation as Visual Basic 4.0.
www.esi-group.com /SimulationSoftware/Vibro_acoustics/module_quickscript.html   (463 words)

  
 Features and Functionality
Another new addition to the File Open Container's popup dialog is the QuickScript option.
You can setup your own QuickScripts to perform just about any task on any number of images.
With the new convert options and 'Copy/Move To...' options, a new Confirm File Replace dialog alerts you before you overwrite any previously saved images, even offering thumbnails of the two images.
www.pmview.com /featuresR2.html   (255 words)

  
 METADIGM LLC: Graphic tools, nano software, SuperClip, Superclp, Atool, QuickScript, QuikScripts, Webcrypkey, crypkey, ...
If you don't like an abbreviation that QuickScript creates for you, you can change it to whatever you want.
For instance, if you type "writeG", QuickScript is smart enough to know to drop the "e" and expand this to "writing".
If you abbreviate a word that is one of those exceptions, QuickScript allows you to enter the correct spelling.
www.metadigm.com /pub/atool.html   (361 words)

  
 :: Paint Shop Pro Help and Hints :: History Palette.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A QuickScript is saved by selecting the States you want to repeat and clicking the Save QuickScript button.
Clicking the Run QuickScript button will run the saved script in whatever image the History Palette is active for.
The QuickScript will then appear in the History Palette as another History State, allowing you to undo the script if you like.
www.psphelp.com /v9_history_palette.php   (888 words)

  
 Box Title
Shavian, and it's close cousin Quickscript are phonetic alphabets used to write in English.
A similar list of the characters in Quickscript are listed with their keyboard letters for a font named Junior.ttf which I modified from the more standard Jerome.ttf used with quickscript.
Some of the important ones are ghoti, androcles, lionspaw, and for Quickscript, Jerome and Junior.
www.qsl.net /ws8g/shavianindex.htm   (521 words)

  
 G.B.Shaw Preface to Wilson
Tests of the resultant second alphabet that Read termed Quickscript were excellent.
Second Shaw Alphabet to Quickscript, gave an extensive introduction to the alphabet including its features and use.
The manual is 26 pages long and is available for the cost of photocopying and postage.
victorian.fortunecity.com /vangogh/555/Spell/shaw-pref.html   (1733 words)

  
 Shavian fonts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kingsley Read, the principal designer of the Shavian Alphabet, subsequently devised two more alphabets.
Quickscript was largely based on Shavian, whereas Readspel was based on the Roman alphabet.
Quickscript is a cursive form of the Shavian alphabet.
cgm.cs.mcgill.ca /~luc/shavian.html   (425 words)

  
 Shavian & Quickscript Versions of the Four Essential Travel Phrases
Shavian and Quickscript Versions of the Four Essential Travel Phrases
The "Shavian Proposed British Alphabet" was created in the 1950s by Kingsley Reed as part of a £500 competition financed by a trust set up under George Bernard Shaw's will.
Reed went on to revise his alphabet into a more cursive form called "Quickscript" or "Quikscript".
www.travelphrases.info /languages/englishusingshavian.htm   (109 words)

  
 Category ftp, QuickScript Fix, and Progress But No Solution
Where leaping to conclusions is my primary form of forward motion.
It is very important to be sure your path and url elements match in the upstream.xml file.
All are reproduced under the principle of Fair Use.
www.terryfrazier.com /181   (336 words)

  
 Yahoo! Groups : shavian Messages : 2413-2442 of 3550
Then again Quickscript is actually full of abbreviations, and it might take
The best source of information for Quickscript is still Mr.
What might be interesting is to create a special 'print font' for Quickscript.
www.saytheword.org.uk /shavian/yahoogrouparchive/2413   (8113 words)

  
 History Palette Scripts - Paint Shop Pro 9 Tutorial -
Above is a simple text image with a drop shadow and inner bevel and below is the history palette showing all the actions performed on this image.
The actions selected can be saved to a QuickScript for re-use during the current session by clicking the Save QuickScript button shown below.
If you save another QuickScript during this session after the first one, the first one will be overwritten.
65.163.133.230 /tabindex-14/tabId-39/itemid-2313/DesktopDefault.aspx   (479 words)

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