Frequently Asked Questions
Can I request new features?
Can I use a language generated by Vulgar in a published work?
Yes! We do not claim copyright over any languages generated by Vulgar. You are the owner. Nor are your obligated to credit Vulgar in your work. However, we do appreciate the credit. Additionally, if you are using Vulgar for a major work, we would love to hear about it! Vulgar has been used to create languages for Amazon Game's MMO New World, and in the Poison War series by Sam Hawke.
How do I save my language?
After generating a language, go to Save Your Language option tab > Save Language. This allows you to re-load the language at a later stage, and make further edits to the language. You can also export the language in various formats (HTML file, Spreadsheet, etc) or you can always manually copy and paste the the entire language into a text editor, like Google Docs or Microsoft Word.
How many languages can I make with the full version?
Could I generate the same language as someone else?
It's practically impossible to produce the same language as someone else unless they gave you the seed number. Each seed number produces a different output, and there are 100 quadrillion possible seed numbers (10 to the power of 17).
My custom spelling rules are being weird. What's up with that?
It's possible that you need to change the order of your rules.
Is it compatible with Mac/Linux/other?
Yes. Vulgar is a web-app, not a download.