quoting Travis B.:I assumed that all /s/s were really /s̺/, that the /ʃ/ was really /tʃ/, that the /ʒ/ was really /dʒ/, and that the /ɾ/ was really /r/.
I also assumed that the /ð/ was its own phoneme.
(One question - why is it mostly voiced obstruents that are being ejectified here, not voiceless ones?)
quoting Travis B.:However I would probably have opted for two tone letters and implicit tone (which is a good idea enabled by how affixes and clitics absorb tone from what they attach to) rather than using hyphens to break up tone if I were to opt for the use of tone letters
|IPA||p b pʼ||t d tʼ||c ɟ cʼ||k g kʼ||ts dz tsʼ||m n||β||s z|
|curr orth||p b ṗ||t d ṭ||c j ċ||k g ḳ||ts dz ṭs||m n||w||s z|
|IPA||ʃ ʒ||x h||l ɺʲ||j ɥ w|
|curr orth||š ž||x h||l r||î ŵ û|