I'd like to know whether any such living copy of German Gregg Shorthand exists? Of course the gregg.angelfishy.net has the german gregg manual, but there is only one small page at the end of actual text.
btw haven't posted on here for a while. I haven't given up on shorthand and still do it regularly in general day to day use, but I focus more on German these days. I stopped trying for higher speed, but sometime in the future when I have the motivation, I'll push a little bit higher, maybe get that awe inspiring 160 which was always my aim.
When my german is more fluent, I will go and learn gregg in german, and that will be cool I guess!
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