ì: -i (lìm –> l-im)
ä: -a (swirä –> swir-a)
’: _ (’aw –> _aw)
I like the idea of that a lot, very elegant.
i think these are a bit tricky:
-though, in many cases "-" and "_" are allowed, it is not always the case eg: no "_" in emails or domains.
-when no spaces are allowed you need "-" or "_" for separating words.
how should the é in tuté be represented?
is "é" actually official ?
You are allowed _ in emails and domains.
You're right about it annoying the word seperator. Perhaps one could use:
Are asterisks allowed in domain names etc.? If so could you use them instead of the underscore and use underscore for word seperator.
The accent is there to show the stress, this technique of showing the stress a la Spanish isn't really used very much now, we tend to prefer bold or underlining to show it (if we do at all) as it's nicer to read.
In most cases, the stress accent isn't necessary anyway.