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    for Mac, I strongly suggest the Fontcase application.

    I use it, very satisfied.

    One of the best feature is, you can preview fonts with your custom text, or custom header-body layout with formatting and colours. It becomes a perfect font catalogue.

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    I also work with Suitcase, and I'm waiting for an update since Mavericks.

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    If you have Mavericks running then suitcase runs buggy (at least in my case).. so I switched to fontagent pro, which works like a charm.

    Don't know if there has been an update for suitcase yet, but I'm quite satisfied with fontagent pro

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    is there some free program that I can use? I'm using font explorer for home use, but I need something for my office.

    thanks in advance

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    Another vote for FontExplorer X here.

    Works fairly well, however I've had some issues with activated fonts not showing up or showing up in random locations in the list. However this may be a issue with the design software or the fonts themselves, I have not had time to test.

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    Get Font Explorer X so far the best and fastest, however it fails to solve HUGE FREE ENTROPY PROBLEMS which means, if you already have font problems like missing or invalid non compatible fonts it will not help you if anything it will crash, however its so far imo the best font admin tool thats compatible by plugin with all of the adobe suite

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkinson View Post
    If you have Mavericks running then suitcase runs buggy (at least in my case).. so I switched to fontagent pro, which works like a charm.
    The latest update to Suitcase Fusion adds Mavericks compatibility and stability fixes. It works great for me. I've used FontAgent Pro in the past and liked it, but in my experience SF's auto-activation is more reliable.

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    Since my times in college, i use linotype font explorer. For me, the best software for organising your fonts.

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    font explorer

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    FOntExplorer X does the job. It's very intuitive and easy to use!

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    Which is the best to use on a Mac?

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    I used to use FontExplorer but because of the costs I bought Fontcase but I am not happy with this program. I consider switching back to FontExplorer..

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    FontExplorer X Pro is what I use. The important thing is that if you use Photoshop or other Adobe programs a lot, a font management program with plugins for them is a must! It saves so much time.

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    Font Explorer on Mac is great and easy to use for my opinion.

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    I recommend FontExporer X Pro. Works perfectly!

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