This is my remake of a funny online text flipping/turning tool that I found surfing around the internet. Wanted to make exact same thing by myself, but felt that that's going to take a while. So I was happy to find part of this tool that turns characters upside down 180° after surfing a while. Took a text flipper that could only turn text into small upside letters and advanced it. My aboqe can turn several up-case letters too and I found proper symbols for some upside down letters
Below you will find a list of the ALT keyboard shortcuts to create symbols. If you are using a Microsoft Windows PC computer, you can also use the following to make it even simpler. Go To: Computer > All programs > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map. At the top of that window scroll … … Continue reading →
Ist es euch beim Surfen im Web schonmal passiert, dass ihr einen Nicknamen gesehen habt, der aus normalen Buchstaben, aber auch merkwürdigen Symbolen bestand, die sich auf keiner normalen Tastatur befinden?…
This type of upright piano was made almost exclusively in Berlin between 1820 and 1850. The Lyraflügel was a fashionable fixture of middle-class Biedermeier parlors in northern German lands. In the period of the Napoleonic occupation (1806–13), the lyre had become a symbol of freedom and liberation. It was popularized in songs based on the collection of patriotic poems, With Lyre and Sword, by the poet Theodor Körner (1791–1813).