If you need crossed-out text aesthetics without strikethrough formatting - especially where strikethrough isn't supported - try this strikethrough text generator. With a few clicks, transform plain text into Unicode characters that emulate - though don't actually use - the strikethrough typestyle for "re-striking" your words.
How it Works
Combining diacritical marks are Unicode characters meant to modify base letters. This generator maps Latin text to combining marks resembling strike-through lines to "re-strike" input as faux-struck text.
The output retains original font/size/style while gaining a visually crossed-out effect we associate with actual strikethrough formatting.
Why You Need It
You may want struck-through text aesthetics without actual strikethrough for:
- Forums/apps like telegram that don't support strikethrough formatting
- Emphasizing text revisions within documents that use consistent style
- Creative writing where fake struck text offers visual variation
How to Use
Copy and paste standard text into the generator. Your input will be replaced automatically, character by character, with combining marks to mimic strike-through lines. Copy the output and paste anywhere for text with the crossed-out appearance of actual strikethrough - without strikethrough formatting.
Where to Use Fake Struck Text
Faux-struckthrough text can replace actual strikethrough for:
- Forum/blog posts
- Text messages
- Song lyrics
- Creative writing