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prettype

An easy to use text stylizer for your desktop!

Installation

  • To install prettype, simply,

     $ pip install prettype
    

Supported unicode fonts

      Serif-Normal        PRETTYPE
       Serif-Bold         ππ‘π„π“π“π˜ππ„
      Serif-Italic        π‘ƒπ‘…πΈπ‘‡π‘‡π‘Œπ‘ƒπΈ
    Serif-Bold-Italic     𝑷𝑹𝑬𝑻𝑻𝒀𝑷𝑬
    Sans-Serif-Normal     𝖯𝖱𝖀𝖳𝖳𝖸𝖯𝖀
     Sans-Serif-Bold      𝗣π—₯π—˜π—§π—§π—¬π—£π—˜
    Sans-Serif-Italic     π˜—π˜™π˜Œπ˜›π˜›π˜ π˜—π˜Œ
 Sans-Serif-Bold-Italic   𝙋𝙍𝙀𝙏𝙏𝙔𝙋𝙀
   Calligraphy-Normal     𝒫ℛℰ𝒯𝒯𝒴𝒫ℰ
    Calligraphy-Bold      π“Ÿπ“‘π“”π“£π“£π“¨π“Ÿπ“”
     Fraktur-Normal       π”“β„œπ”ˆπ”—π”—π”œπ”“π”ˆ
      Fraktur-Bold        𝕻𝕽𝕰𝕿𝕿𝖄𝕻𝕰
        Monospace         π™Ώπšπ™΄πšƒπšƒπšˆπ™Ώπ™΄
      Double-Struck       ℙℝ𝔼𝕋𝕋𝕐ℙ𝔼
     Inverse-Squared      πŸ…ΏπŸ†πŸ…΄πŸ†ƒπŸ†ƒπŸ†ˆπŸ…ΏπŸ…΄
         Squared          πŸ„ΏπŸ…πŸ„΄πŸ…ƒπŸ…ƒπŸ…ˆπŸ„ΏπŸ„΄
     Inverse-Circled      πŸ…ŸπŸ…‘πŸ…”πŸ…£πŸ…£πŸ…¨πŸ…ŸπŸ…”
         Circled          β“…β“‡β’Ίβ“‰β“‰β“Žβ“…β’Ί
      Paranthesized       β’«β’­β’ β’―β’―β’΄β’«β’ 

Usage

  • To run prettype , open terminal and run this command:

     $ prettype
    

    Note: Leave this terminal open as long as you want to use prettype.

  • To stylize any text,

    • select it
    • press the key binding (ctrl+space by default) to open font selector
    • select the font you want to stylize your text with using the GUI
    • the stylized text gets copied to your clipboard
    • press ctrl+v to paste the stylized text wherever you want!
  • To close prettype, just press the exit key (esc by default).

  • CLI usage to configure key binding and exit key:

     $ prettype [-h] [-b key1 key2] [-e key]
    

    You can always use $ prettype -h command to open this help message:

     optional arguments:
     -h, --help            show this help message and exit
     -b key1 key2, --binding key1 key2
                         Set a key binding for triggering prettype font
                         selector. Example: $ prettype -b ctrl space
     -e key, --exit_key key
                         Specify a key which stops the keyboard listener, when
                         pressed. Example: $ prettype -e esc