Cankar, Kette, Murn and Župančič introduced the dactylic, amphibrachic and irregular iambic sonnet to the metric repertoire of regular syllabotonic verse. They reduced theshare of traditional meters and increased polymeter. The rythm was changed to a lesser degree; most notable is the shortening lines by one non-accented syllable or by one foot. Among irregular meters trochee and anapest emerge, all having higher syllabic variation. The accentual meters gained the accentual 4-foot verse (A4), A4 with two-syllable anacrusis and A4 with zero- or two syllable anacrusis and up to three-syllable weak position; atonicization of ictuses increased.