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Phoneme symbols are sort of fake. There are a few languages that are described as contrasting /ɨ ɯ/, but in general the two are used interchangeably. Vietnamese has been described as having /ɨ/ or /ɯ/. It depends on the author.

I don't see why not to use <ty dy y> or <tj dj j>. It adds depth, if nothing else.

/ɰ ɣ/ don't contrast, right? Maybe across morpheme boundaries: *C1C2-ɰ would condition fortition but *C1-C2ɰ wouldn't. I wouldn't bother to distinguish them. Maybe not any of the voiced fricative/approximant pairs.

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Corrected the OP–/ʒ/ CAN occur syllable-finally natively, just not from /z/ in the standard language.

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Could write /ʒ/ as <j> except where it's from palatalization of /z/.

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I was thinking of doing that :)

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Matter of fact, I think I've got a way to combine Buran and Nortaneous's ideas: Make the Romanization system a little more like a transcription system rather than a transliteration system. <v> and <w> are the same letter in the conscript, as are <gh> and <y>. (<tj dj sj zj> I want to make digraphs in the conscript too.) The problem, which I'd really consider minor in practice, is that the conscript wouldn't be 100% phonemic. It distinguishes between affricates and stop-fricative sequences (at the cost of masking the distinction between historical /d.j/ and historical /d.zj/), but doesn't always tell you whether to pronounce <j w/v y/gh> as a fricative or a semi-vowel. I feel like I can live with it in practice, though.

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I base my romanisation schemes on the phonology of the original language of the script at the time of the script's invention. Even when the script is borrowed or after the language gives way to descendants I use the same romanisation, which reflects the way alphabets evolved in real life. I could give you the romanisation I would use if you show what the original phonology was like.

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