The other changing: in general more stylistically strict (classic) form of capital letters, in particular:
1. Returning of low-case letters Beta, Buki, Dorn, Fau, Gall/Gamma, Jota, Tefa/Teo and Hetum, Mem to the earlier forms, as well as versions of capital letters Shin.
2. Substitution of the low-case letter Tefa/Teo, because the previous version was similar to the written form of Latin g, which isn’t close by its meaning and form.
3. Transposition of the meaning of letters Yulla and Irdu (former Urmi/Urdu), that is U with crossing by analogy with O with crossing will represent vowels with Umlaut (mild). That is why a new capital for Irdu/Urmi appears: (more rigid, then one formed form the low-case -y), and a new capital for Yulla.
4. Also the new names for these letters are given Egi/Yege, Gall/Gamma, Geen/Gein, Hade/Hagel, Keyp/Kappa, Yaro/Rou, Tefa/Teo, Irdu/Urmi, Van/Vayt, Dzema/Dzeda.
If you want to use the letters of Interbet on practice, you can get the script INTERBET.ttf, in INTERBET.rar,
where on the different registers you can find all the letters of this alphabet and some others.