str2img displays a string of text as an image. It uses encoding,
so the string cannot be easily discovered from the URL.
str2img is 100% UTF-8 compliant. The font you choose must support your language's character set. The GNU unifont.ttf supports nearly everything.
If you want more fonts, you must add them to the font folder yourself. The easiest method is to apt-get the msttcorefonts package Ubuntu linux and use those. arial.ttf renders very nice from that set. (try it above!)
Example how to install unifont:
Download: http://unifoundry.com/unifont-5.1.20080820.zip Unzip, copy unifont.ttf into the fonts directory.
Example how to install those fonts in Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install msttcorefonts cp /usr/share/fonts/truetype/msttcorefonts/arial.ttf ./fonts/ cp /usr/share/fonts/truetype/msttcorefonts/comic.ttf ./fonts/
Choose unifont.ttf, and go here and cut/paste some different languages into the text field above, you will see that the unifont does a great job!