Talk:clicka

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Another use[edit]

Here is another of use of clicka (háček); however, the snippet where the term is printed is not shown. I include the text autogenerated by Google Books' OCR:

  • 1984, Frank J. Romano, The TypEncyclopedia: A User’s Guide to Better Typography (R.R. Bowker Co.; ISBN 0835219259, 9780835219259), page 1
    (also called an Umlaut) • • Grave V Breve w Tilde - Umlaut (also called a Diaeresis) Caron/Hacek/Clicka V Overdot

Given that OCR-generated text, I don't feel confident in inferring from it what is actually written in the book. Nevertheless, it shows fairly indubitably that the source uses clicka, and almost certainly to mean "háček". — Raifʻhār Doremítzwr ~ (U · T · C) ~ 01:52, 29 February 2012 (UTC)