The svg pages for items U, V, W, X, and Y have been completed. Also since they have now been added to the XML corpus, the search function now covers the complete corpus.

Some points to note:

  • Since most of these items have only short lines, no line-wrapped pages were made.
  • Item W is not numbered, and not searchable.
  • Item X is problematic, as it is very unclear what the “lines” are. I have somewhat arbitrarily re-arranged the glyphs of lines 3, 5 and 6 onto single lines. This was done so that the glyphs could be included in the corpus, and the search facility. But reference should always be made back to the original scans for this item.
  • There are already many known errors (in particular on items A and I), so some searches return the wrong glyphs. These will have to be corrected.

Dedicated Fischer svg pages have now been added, for tablets S, T, U, V, and W. These pages load as single objects and have the advantage of being “clickable”, showing the individual glyphs, and also display the codes (though not aligned). It should be noted that these are the still the standard codes from Barthel/CEIPP, with only minimal tampering on my part. Fischer’s drawings differ at times from Barthel’s tracings, and the codes do not always match up. Fischer however never made any attempt to adjust the numbering for what he was seeing/drawing, and that job will still have to be undertaken.