I’ve been slowly incorporating some elements of Anniversary into my DJS shorthand, the latest one being the tiv/div blend at the end of words (as in active, which I used to write with a normal T stroke and a V.
However, as I wondered about the best angle to position the DEV blend right after the K curve (which is making me distort the K at the moment), I looked for words containing this -ctive, -ctivity ending in Sénécal’s anniversary manual, and found out that the T is actually left out (active is written akv). Yet I can’t find any explicit rule about this in the manual. It seems pretty consistent though, as I’ve noticed the same thing in constrictive, destructive, restrictive, etc.
Could anyone point me to a place in the English or French manual where this rule is clearly spelled out?