I found some time ago an online software which helps converting text in text written with symbols but I can't find it again. I need it for writting my company name in code files.

Example: "MM PP" should be something like

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  • It has to be open source, correct? – unor May 20 '16 at 14:54
  • It has to be free. I think no one will pay for writting his name with keyboard's symbols. Thank you! – MM PP May 23 '16 at 12:16

You can use this online application: bigtext.org. There is an input where you can write text and then choose a style for the text.

Hope it helps.

UPDATE (November 2019): bigtext.org is offline. You can use this: http://patorjk.com/software/taag/#p=display&f=Graffiti&t=Type%20Something%20

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You're probably looking for TOIlet:

The TOIlet project attempts to create a free replacement for the ​FIGlet utility. TOIlet stands for “The Other Implementation’s letters”, coined after FIGlet’s “Frank, Ian and Glen’s letters”.

TOIlet is in its very early development phase. It uses the powerful libcaca library to achieve various text-based effects. TOIlet implements or plans to implement the following features:

  • The ability to load FIGlet fonts
  • Support for Unicode input and output
  • Support for colour fonts
  • Support for colour output
  • Support for various output formats: HTML, IRC, ANSI...

TOIlet also aims for full FIGlet compatibility. It is currently able to load FIGlet fonts and perform horizontal smushing.

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  • Website is not loading at this moment. Thank you. – MM PP May 23 '16 at 12:16
  • @MMPP It's a command-line tool, I didn't saw it must be a web-app… – wb9688 May 23 '16 at 13:27

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