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What do the aurabish numbers look like? One of the book, The New Essential Guide of Weapon and Technology show me one type, but this website that translate English to aurabrish show other types...what is the canon version??? —Unsigned comment by18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs).
It's right on the page. Look to the right. They are listed with the corresponding Roman Alphabet. If you are such a big Aurabesh fan you may want to consider downloading an Aurabesh font for your computer.MaxReebo 15:12, August 7, 2011 (UTC)
I think some of these quick responders are missing a key element of your inquiry: NUMBERS. To my knowledge, Wookieepedia does not currently list or display Aurebesh integers, although they have been depicted in several licensed sources. SinisterSamurai 19:44, August 7, 2011 (UTC)
No prob, Riff. I know you meant no harm. I noticed the numbers weren't there a while back. An IRCer or two mentioned way back that we didn't have a full set of examples for them, but obviously LFL has a defined set that is used internally, so I'm sure we could find those. If you don't want to go that route, I noticed some rolling digits are part of the HUD display when you use the Scanner Item in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter. I'll grab some reference shots from the game, but those may be non-canon, non-aurebesh, or non-numerical. I remember Atarumaster mentioning some liaison at LFL way back, who gave us a few renders from Wii-TFU. If canon examples aren't easily found in the wild, you could try that method for a pristine set. SinisterSamurai 23:53, August 8, 2011 (UTC)
Made this from some existing Bounty Hunter screenshots on my PC. Looks consistent with the two example links I posted above. It is noteworthy to mention that the decimal point does not match the Aurebesh period. The "negative" symbol is also different from the existing hyphen, at least in vertical placement, if not length. SinisterSamurai 00:47, August 9, 2011 (UTC)
Nice upload SinisterSamurai, but I don't know if we could count on the factuality of the Wii-TFU, since the Wii version isn't really considered the canon version of TFU. Cal Jedi(Personal Comm Channel) 02:02, August 9, 2011 (UTC)
Sorry for the confusion. This recent numbers upload is from Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, PS2 version. The Wii-TFU uploads I mentioned are 1, 2, 3, and 4. Those were acquired long ago by Atarumaster, though LFL contacts. I was merely suggesting the use of such channels again to acquire images of the digits. As for canon, again: They match examples of Aurebesh numerals seen in The Clone Wars TV series, linked to in an earlier comment. SinisterSamurai 04:40, August 9, 2011 (UTC)
This is exactly the type I saw on the new essential guide to weapon and technology as an Auabrish numbers, and to MaxReebo, can you give me a link for the download???
Here is a link to the site I got it from. [] MaxReebo 04:49, August 16, 2011 (UTC)