This program translates Latin letters in runes and some other ancient or fictional alphabets. You can post runic
messages as pictures directly on Social Media or use the pictures as your logo or background for your home screen.
These alphabets are available:
# Elder Futhark runes (1th–9th centuries AD).
# Anglo-Saxon runes (4th–10th centuries AD).
# Medieval runes (1100-1500 AD).
# Gothic alphabet (4th–7th centuries AD).
# Celtic Ogham alphabet (4th–10th centuries AD).
# Theban (witch) runes (from 16th century).
# Klingon pIqaD (fictional from 'Star Trek').
# Etruscan alphabet (8th–1st centuries BC).
# Ugaritic cuneiform (from around 1400 BCE).
# Phoenician alphabet (from 1050 BCE).
# Slavic Glagolitic alphabet (from 863 AD)
Translated text can be transferred over copy/paste to another programs or exported as PNG image.
You can change the background color and font color and size.
Output text is UTF encoded. Please note that not all programs can display the translated text copied from 'Rune Writer', because not all apps have the needed fonts installed. You see then only question marks or empty squares.
Not all Latin characters can be translated directly into ancient alphabets, as appropriate characters are missing (eg all or some vowels in Ugaritic cuneiform and Phoenician alphabet). If you see a not translated characters, then it is no error - the target alphabet is missing the required letter.