>3. Corner; partner: corner; partner to finish 2nd place opposite >sides >4. 2s/1s/3s advance and retire: 1s turn BH 1 times >
which on my screen had to be read as "first couple turn one omega times".
Would there be enough bars for such a turn?
The serious question is: is there any way of knowing how non-basic
characters are going to look when they come out of pipe at the other end?
Or are there so many different systems that it's just a shot in the dark?
Sometimes accented vowels ("E acute") come out as they should, sometimes as
all sorts of strange strings. Even apostrophes are transformed in a few
messages. That limits the number of signs we can safely use to describe
dance figures, for example.
PS: What about:
" Turn cn, pt, cn, pt, to 2nd place opp sides" ?