Hey there!! We've got some exciting news to share with you!... After many requests, we've just added the ability to engrave in multiple language character sets on any of our custom products! That's right, you can now personalize your Keytags, Mini Keytags, Luggage Tags, Pet Tags, Magnet Name Tags, Magnet Button Tags, Pins, and Captions... even in Glow In The Dark... in languages like: Japanese, Korean, Chinese (both traditional and simplified), Arabic, Hebrew, Cyrillic, and Greek. How cool is that?!
How Does It Work?
Now, you might be wondering how you can take advantage of this awesome new feature. Well, fret not! It's as easy as pie (or should we say, as easy as typing in your favorite language?). All you have to do is head over to our product page and find the familiar front and back text boxes. Just type in the language of your choice, and voilà! Your custom product will be engraved with the characters you entered.
Oh, and if you're not sure how to type in a specific language, we've got your back. We recommend using Google Translate to get your desired text in the language you want. It's like having a personal language assistant right at your fingertips!
Right-to-Left Writing Direction
Now, let's talk about Arabic and Hebrew character sets. We know that these languages are written from right to left, which can be a bit tricky. But fear not, we've got you covered! We've added a handy-dandy "Right-to-Left Writing Direction" button specifically for these languages. Just click on it, and your text will flow beautifully from right to left, just like it should.
Simplified Controls for a Seamless Experience
We want to make sure that using our engraving feature is a breeze for everyone. That's why we've simplified the controls to be similar to what you might find in popular tools like Google Docs and Gmail. You'll find familiar options for font size, alignment, and more. It's like having the power of a professional engraver right at your fingertips!
So, whether you want to express your love in Japanese, show off your name in Arabic, or share a meaningful quote in Greek, our new engraving feature has got you covered. The possibilities are endless, and we can't wait to see what you create!
So what are you waiting for? Head over to our custom products and start personalizing in any language you desire. Let your creativity soar and make a statement that's uniquely you. Happy engraving!
How to type in another language into a text box on our site
To type in another language into a text box on our site, simply follow these steps:
- Go to the product page where you want to add engraving.
- Find the front and back text boxes.
- Type in the language of your choice.
- Click the "Preview" button to see how your engraving will look.
- If you're happy with the preview, click the "Add to Cart" button.
How to use Google Translate to translate your text into another language
If you're not sure how to type in a specific language, you can use Google Translate to get the text you want in the language you desire. To do this, simply follow these steps:
- Go to Google Translate.
- Enter the text you want to translate in the left-hand text box.
- Select the language you want to translate to from the drop-down menu.
- Click the "Translate" button.
- The translated text will appear in the right-hand text box.
- Copy and paste the translated text into the front and back text boxes on our product page.
Cyrillic character set
The Cyrillic character set is used to write many Slavic languages, including Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, and Serbian. It is also used to write other languages in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, such as Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and Uzbek.
The Cyrillic alphabet was developed in the 9th century by two Byzantine brothers, Cyril and Methodius. They were missionaries who were sent to spread Christianity to the Slavic peoples. They created the Cyrillic alphabet by adapting the Greek alphabet to include sounds that were unique to Slavic languages.
Traditional Chinese vs. Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese is used in Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. Simplified Chinese is used in mainland China. Simplified Chinese was developed in the 1950s by the Chinese government in order to make it easier for people to learn to read and write. Many characters were simplified by removing strokes or combining multiple characters into one.
Japanese character sets
Japanese uses three types of characters: hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Hiragana and katakana are phonetic alphabets, meaning that each character represents a sound. Kanji are logographic characters, meaning that each character represents a word or concept.
Hiragana is the most basic Japanese character set. It is used to write native Japanese words, grammatical elements, and particles. Katakana is used to write foreign words and names, as well as onomatopoeia and sound effects. Kanji is the most complex Japanese character set. It is used to write the majority of Japanese words.
Korean character set
The Korean character set is called Hangul. It is a unique alphabet that was invented in the 15th century by King Sejong the Great. Hangul is a syllabary, meaning that each character represents a syllable. There are 24 basic Hangul characters, which can be combined to form over 11,000 different syllables.
Hangul is a very phonetic alphabet, which makes it relatively easy to learn to read and write. It is also very efficient, as a few simple characters can be combined to represent complex sounds.
Hangul is the official writing system of South Korea and North Korea. It is also used by Korean speakers in other parts of the world.
Arabic character set
The Arabic character set is used to write Arabic, as well as other languages such as Persian and Urdu. It is a right-to-left script, meaning that it is read from right to left. The Arabic character set is made up of 28 letters, which can be combined to form over 400 different characters.
Arabic is a very expressive language, and its character set reflects this. Many Arabic characters have different forms depending on their position in a word. For example, the letter "ب" can be written in three different ways, depending on whether it is at the beginning, middle, or end of a word.
The Arabic character set is also very well-suited for writing calligraphy. The flowing lines of the Arabic letters make them ideal for creating beautiful and intricate designs.
Hebrew character set
The Hebrew character set is used to write Hebrew, as well as other languages such as Yiddish and Ladino. It is a right-to-left script, meaning that it is read from right to left. The Hebrew character set is made up of 22 letters, which can be combined to form over 400 different characters.
Hebrew is a very old language, and its character set has evolved over time. The earliest Hebrew inscriptions date back to the 12th century BC. The Hebrew character set that is used today was developed during the Babylonian captivity in the 6th century BC.
The Hebrew character set is very well-suited for writing religious texts. The Hebrew Bible was written in the Hebrew character set, and it is still used today by Jews all over the world.
Greek character set
The Greek character set is used to write Greek, as well as other languages such as Cypriot Greek and Pontic Greek. It is a left-to-right script, meaning that it is read from left to right. The Greek character set is made up of 24 letters, which can be combined to form over 200 different characters.
The Greek character set is one of the oldest alphabets in the world. It was developed in the 8th century BC, and it is based on the Phoenician alphabet. The Greek character set has had a major influence on the development of other alphabets, including the Latin alphabet.
The Greek character set is very well-suited for writing mathematical and scientific texts. Many mathematical and scientific symbols are derived from Greek letters. For example, the symbol for pi (π) is derived from the Greek letter "π", which is the first letter of the Greek word for "circumference".
Express Yourself in Any Language
With our new multilingual engraving feature, the possibilities are endless. Whether you want to show off your love for K-pop with a Korean keytag, celebrate your heritage with a Chinese luggage tag, or simply add a touch of elegance with an Arabic pet tags, we've got you covered.
So go ahead, let your creativity run wild! Express yourself in the language that speaks to your heart. Whether it's a heartfelt message, a funny quote, or a meaningful symbol, our custom products will help you make a statement that's uniquely you.
Remember, language is a beautiful thing. It connects us, it expresses our thoughts and emotions, and it allows us to share our stories with the world. So why limit yourself to just one language when you can embrace the rich tapestry of languages that exist?
So what are you waiting for? Start exploring our custom products today and let your words shine in any language you choose. Happy engraving!