Viking Futhark

by 9littlebees

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Info: Created on 23rd February 2018 . Last edited on 23rd February 2018.
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Not sure how to add a description, so I'm doing it here.  This is my take on the (long-stem Danish) Younger Futhark runes as used extensively throughout Scandinavia during the Viking Age, and which further runes were based on.  There are only 16 letters in this alphabet, so many of the English letters ist the closest equivalent.

The normal brackets "(" and ")" serve as ends to cap off an inscription.  If you use a space or a comma, a single dot is inserted.  A period / full stop or a colon will insert a double dot.  Use these to break up words as you see fit.

Comment by 9littlebees 23rd February 2018

So strange, I cannot get this one to work. It doesn't show in the fonts list......

Could it be something wrong? It should be at the "V" in the alfabetic list right?

Comment by tnuis 23rd February 2018

Under Windows 10 (which is what I use), some of the programs type out the font name in the font, so if you look just under Verdana, you should see some Runes pictured there.  That's how it looks for me in MS Word, although in Photoshop, I just see the name of the font in the list.  Does that help?

Comment by 9littlebees 23rd February 2018

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