Tunic Glyph Tracker
Use the image on the left to select/deselect glyph lines, then when you have a guess type it in the translation. Click the "Add To Word" button to add the glyph currently displayed to the selected word, if no word is selected a new one will be created. If you don't have a guess but want to save the glyph anyway you can add it to a word without having to put in a translation. Clicking on any depiction of a glyph anywhere in the word or glyph list will select it in the editor.
To delete a glyph from a word, select the word and click the "Backspace" button. Clicking on a glyph in a word will allow you to adjust that specific glyph for that word (in case of typos). You can also delete the selected glyph from the word with the "backspace" button. With a selected glyph you can also add a glyph or space after it with the appropriate button.
This won't solve anything for you by default, you still have to figure out what each glyph represents; this is just to help you keep track of what you've found.
You can toggle suggestions as a semi-hint system to show you what a new glyph might be based on previously entered glyphs. That means if you select a new glyph but have the component parts of that glyph already known, a suggestion will appear that you can click to set as that glyph's value.
Also, if you really want to you can toggle the solutions, this will make all glyphs known.
To quickly add lines, you can use the keys 123 (for left and top outside lines), QWE (for top inside lines), ASD (for bottom inside lines), and ZXC (for bottom outside lines and circle). You can also add a glyph to a word and clear the display with R, add a space with F, and just clear with V.