The Horus-Translator font 'translates' names from modern lettering (Latin) into hieroglyphic characters. It's as easy as installing the font and typing. The font displays the phonetic hieroglyphic equivalent for typed letters.
Upper case letters appear with modern cue letters - lowercase don't. To see the small cue letters, type with the Shift/Caps key on. Without the Shift key, only hieroglyphs appear. This allows you to 'write' secret messages in hieroglyphs with their translations visible or hidden.
The characters for CH and SH are on the 1 and 2 keys. The male and female characters are on the right and left bracket keys. Hold down the Shift key to see the cue characters for these hieroglyphs too.
This font replaced the Horus-Basic font. The male and female characters were added and it was renamed to better reflect what it does, otherwise it's the same.