This is Symbolq on Telegram 2, except with an English description and a name that makes it easier to find. It changes your name to symbols, as popularized by the TikTok trend.
It was originally made for creating symbols on telegram, but is now used widely as part of a "symbol name" trend.
You can use it to create an aesthetic name for your TikTok account, or for other social media like Amino and Wattpad. Just type your name in the input box and you'll get "symbolified" output that you can copy and paste into the site/app of your choosing.
This text font was made using instafonts.io. You can edit it to create your own fonts by clicking the edit button below. You can test out your font by using the text box at the top of the page. Once you're finished editing you can save your font and share the URL with others. Enjoy! :)
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You can edit this font by changing the subsitution rules below. There are suggested characters, but you can also edit the rules manually by clicking the input or output character. There's a save button below the rules so you can save your font with a unique URL. Have fun!
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The order of the rules is important. For example, if your first rule was a ➡ @, and your second rule was @ ➡ A, then all the "a" characters would end up being translated to "A". This is because the input text is passed through your rules, one-by-one. You should think of your rules like a step-by-step "recipe" for how to transform the input text into the output text.
You can translate whole words too! For example, if you create a rule like lizard ➡ 🦎🦎🦎 then all instances of "lizard" in the input box will be translated into 3 lizard emojis.
You can use a tool like Shape Catcher to find fancy characters that have a particular shape by sketching the desired shape.
Advanced: If you're feeling ambitious, you can use "regular expressions" (i.e. "regex" rules) to create more complex translation rules than simple substitutions. Here are some examples of regex rules that you can use:
If a word starts with "m", replace the word with "moo": /\b(m[^\s]+)/g ➡ moo
Repeat all the input characters 3 times: /(.)/g ➡ $1$1$1
Add "-moo" to the end of all words: /\b([^\s]+)/g ➡ $1-moo
Repeat the final letter of all words: /\b([^\s]+)([^\s])/g ➡ $1$2$2
Replace all new lines (enter/return) with underscores: /\n/g ➡ _
Replace "cat" with "dog" no matter the capitalisation of "cat": /cat/gi ➡ dog
Unlimited Power: Regular expressions are actually somewhat limited in their ability to transform text. For those that want to take things to the extreme, click the "Settings" button and use the custom transformation function to create transformations of unlimited complexity. You can use ChatGPT (or similar) to help you write the transformations.
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