These are the latest changes made in version 3.34:
– Latin’s Penultimate rule (page 19) is formulated incompletely: the tone falls on the penultimate syllable if this is long, and on the antepenultimate if it is not. That’s why it’s said Lat. módicus, but Lat. pudícus.
– In page 172 Indo-European rodo means “gnaw”, not exactly “excite”.
– In page 173, Indo-European verbs of the type linéqmi (linqō), bhenegmi (bhegō), amneghti (amghō) – appearing only in Indo-Iranian and Hittite - would be more logically included in the B-4 group, in an additional subclass III.