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| [[User:Irrhythmic|severy]]<br> [[User:Xylophonw|xylo]] || [[Lahiri languages]]  || style = "background:lime" | lime || Uralic || Areal. Sometimes used for all indigenous languages, including those related to broader families. || lahiri || style = "background:lightgreen" | Completed
 
| [[User:Irrhythmic|severy]]<br> [[User:Xylophonw|xylo]] || [[Lahiri languages]]  || style = "background:lime" | lime || Uralic || Areal. Sometimes used for all indigenous languages, including those related to broader families. || lahiri || style = "background:lightgreen" | Completed
 
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| [[User:MarrisUes|MarrisUes]] || [[Fyeulic languages]] || style = "background:mediumspringgreen" | mediumspringgreen || Dravidian || || fyeulic || style = "background:lightgreen" | Completed
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| [[User:MarrisUes|MarrisUes]] || [[Mherdic languages]] || style = "background:mediumspringgreen" | mediumspringgreen || Dravidian || || mherdic || style = "background:lightgreen" | Completed
 
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| [[User:Xroox|Xroox]]|| [[Vajusan languages]] || style = "background:yellowgreen" | yellowgreen || Altaic (areal) ||  || vajusan || style = "background:lightgreen" | Completed
 
| [[User:Xroox|Xroox]]|| [[Vajusan languages]] || style = "background:yellowgreen" | yellowgreen || Altaic (areal) ||  || vajusan || style = "background:lightgreen" | Completed

Latest revision as of 05:33, 14 March 2019

On this page you can claim a language-family colour for use with {{Infobox language}}.

How to use

The template uses a code to choose what colour the infobox uses, but because the template is imported from Wikipedia all the codes are for natural languages. Below is a table showing all of the colours; simply pick a colour you like, put your username in the user column for the colour, what you want your code to be in the code column and save it. After that, someone will come along and fix the other templates so that that colour works with your code. You will receive a PM through the wiki once this is done.

To use your code in a template, simply put this | familycolor = your code here in the appropriate spaaace in the template.

When requesting that a new colour be added to the table, please add a new row to the table, with your username, the code for the language family, the hex code for the colour that you want used in the hex code column, and under notes that this is a new colour that has yet to be added. Do not add anything to the real-life family column. See example below:

User(s) Language Family Colour Name/Hexcode Real-life Family Notes Code Completion status
Test Test #000000 To be added. test

FYI

Please also do not change the completed column; it is purely to show whether or not the task has been completed and should only be changed by someone who has done it, changing it will not make it suddenly magically work.

Please note that this is "first come, first served". If you notice someone has already claimed a colour you really want, discuss it with the first claimer.

Colours

User(s) Language Family Colour Name/Hexcode Real-life Family Notes Code Completion status
Yrieixgroulx Argeyazic languages #faecc8 Afro-Asiatic argeyazic Completed
Izaak Theweric languages gold Nilo-Saharan theweric Completed
severy Adzo-Neviric languages #ffddaa Niger–Congo adzamic Completed
Curlie Ystelic languages goldenrod Khoisan (areal) ystelic Completed
pittman789 Vaniuan languages #c9ffd9 Indo-European vaniuan Completed
Ultimate Ridley Letsic languages lightgreen Caucasian (areal) letsic Completed
severy
xylo
Lahiri languages lime Uralic Areal. Sometimes used for all indigenous languages, including those related to broader families. lahiri Completed
MarrisUes Mherdic languages mediumspringgreen Dravidian mherdic Completed
Xroox Vajusan languages yellowgreen Altaic (areal) vajusan Completed
dendana Amaian languages darkseagreen East-Mirarian languages amaian Completed
 ? Varkanic languages salmon Sino-Tibetan varkanic Completed
Aeoraic Ferret Methic languages #9A4EAE methic Completed
Avlönskt Xyndic languages #f2ceee Hmong–Mien xyndic Completed
Pimpossible Lonish languages lavender Tai–Kadai lonish Completed
Unleashy Ngutanic languages lightcoral Austroasiatic ngutanic Completed
RomanNumeralII Daruvic languages pink Austronesian dar Completed
Izaak Upper Borosan languages #fd79da Papuan (areal) pub Completed
K1234567890y Daleic languages #eba9ee Australian (areal) daleic Completed
severy Maakpauean languages lightcyan Eskimo–Aleut maak Completed
Alynnidalar Garsenian languages #99ddff Na-Dené (& Dené-Yeniseian) garsenian Completed
Ferret Tlukeric languages #33a1de tlukeric Completed
YourFace Agaric languages #c0dde6 American (areal) agaric Completed
dendana Ngerupic languages #68a8ff ngerupic Completed
RomanNumeralII Tinetic languages #214c87 tinetic Completed
Echethesi Paroan languages #00eaff paroan Completed
Soltennan languages #da70d6 soltennan Completed
UniLastation Sitr-Yenan languages #eda484 sitr-yenan Incomplete
Arnoldii Rietic languages #b57edc rietic Completed
Jute
severy
Saru-Asuran languages #c99fee Andamanese saru-asuran/saa Completed
Alcazar Asuranesian languages #0de2bb asuranesian Completed
litrobotix Prra-Blen languages #80bfff Uto-Aztecan prrablen Completed
total pleb Milevic languages #2f5fdf milevic Completed
Muc Hedretic languages #ffea77 hedretic
Dzêta Atruozan languages #6e0226 new colour i guess
N/A N/A tan Creole/Pidgin/Mixed Reserved for in-universe examples. creole Completed
N/A N/A #dddddd Language isolate Reserved for in-universe examples. isolate Completed
N/A N/A silver Sign language Reserved for in-universe examples. sign Completed
N/A N/A black Constructed language Reserved for in-universe examples. conlang Completed
N/A N/A white Unclassified Reserved for in-universe examples. unclassified Completed