Telegram Not Displaying Cherokee

I encountered an issue where Telegram on Windows 10 wasn't displaying Cherokee. The display was showing blank spaces where there should've been Cherokee syllabary. To fix this (thanks Magali) I followed the following blog entry - the font I chose was "Noto Sans Cherokee" - I could've used Digoweli or any of the other fonts …

Access POGO/POJO Properties

I was working with my database and my domain classes have 45 properties. I didn't want to implement those by hand. If you're using Grails it will automatically populate the object via GORM. I'm writing some tests to run so I can check my assumptions before I actually run code against the database and populate …

Leaving Evernote?

I have four pain points in my life that lead me to be less organized than I'd like. My bookmarks, my Google Drive, my Evernote, my YouTube playlists. Each one of these are collectors for my "stuff." My Chrome bookmarks have tons of named folders. What happens is I find a bunch of videos I'd …

Update on CED Site, SERINDA, and more

So much has gone on and is going on. I've released a bunch of updates to the Cherokee Dictionary site and tools I wrote for use with the site. I'll release a video covering the new elements. Suffice it to say I've got a bunch more to do. The goal is to have all of …

Egg Drop Soup

TLDR; because I'm not gonna do you dirty famhttps://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/115965/egg-drop-soup-better-than-restaurant-quality/ I pretty much followed this recipe. 1 cup of chicken broth. 1 egg. 1/4 tsp soy sauce and 1/4 tsp sesame oil. I boiled the broth, soy sauce and sesame oil. I beat an egg with a fork. Then as I slowly stirred the pot with …

Updates: CED Site, SERINDA, More

I have been extremely busy the last couple months. I've worked almost exclusively on the Cherokee Dictionary site. Since March 23rd or so I've not worked on my HUD nor headset. It may still be another few weeks. Let's start with SERINDA. The next step is to finish the OpenCV and BabylonJS integration. It's actually …

Cherokee Word Deconstruction

I've been working on a word deconstructor. This was originally called an AffixSplitter or Lemmatizer depending on the project you look at. The original projects can be found here and here and here. It's easy to determine affixes when you know what type of word you're dealing with (verb, noun, adjective, etc). When you don't …

Cherokee Code Libraries

I have spent quite a while (like 2 months now?) working on getting the libraries available for open sourcing. I am finally at the point that they're ready. I'm still improving some of the libraries, but they're ready for use now. I also spent a bit of time refactoring the website to the latest Grails …