Wondering what the languages have the most bells and whistles added to latin characters. For example, pinyin has
ǘ which has the umlaut and the acute accent (just 2 additions). But I'm wondering if there is anything that adds more to this, such as umlaut, acute accent, and tone (I understand in pinyin the acute accent is for tone). Or some other combination of things.
The only way I could see that working is like this:
ǘ̖. But maybe it could even get as complicated as this:
ṳ̖̈́. Or perhaps even more complicated than that. Wondering if there are any examples of such a thing in real languages. It would count, too, to have "extra features" on the base Latin letters such as the h-bar like
ħ or the l-with-curly
ɬ. Like this has 5 extra features:
ɬ̤̖̈́. Not very readable but just an example.
Another example is
ḏ̣ from here, but that's just 2 modifications as well.
If not, wondering what some other complicated examples like the pinyin one might be. Trying to figure out how complex transliteration gets.