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    I could not live without "Fontcase" - it's unfortunate that its development was discontinued.

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    Linotype explorer x

    LINOTYPE EXPLORER X

    best software i think. it's a free version, i don't know if it's available on the internet right now, i got it long time ago. it's lighter and launch faster than the pro version. after a while i back-up my font library into .zip file with folders already categorized inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandnem View Post
    LINOTYPE EXPLORER X

    best software i think. it's a free version, i don't know if it's available on the internet right now, i got it long time ago. it's lighter and launch faster than the pro version. after a while i back-up my font library into .zip file with folders already categorized inside.
    It is shareware. Free Trial with expire date. After that you will have to activate it.

    But its great. A nice organisation of the fonts and good possibilities to clear the cache if something is ed up. I got that once. Only mysterious signs in the web browser. After deactivating my fonts and resetting the system fonts it was fine again.

    One thing I dont like: It is slow. I think that depends on the computer and of course how many fonts you have activated. I dont think there is a faster alternative... :)

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    Sitcase fusion and Font Explorer... and any times use fonts fromo bohemian code

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    I'm using fontexplorer x pro, mostly just because it seemed like so many others were using/recommending it. No real problems with it, but it's just so ugly & unappealing to use. Going to give Bohemian Coding's Fonts a try soon instead.

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    FontBook did the trick for awhile, but after upgrading to Mavericks (which horribly changed the way FontBook lets you preview custom text) I switched to Suitcase Fusion and have been pretty happy

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    FontExplorer for sure, although I haven't tried the new Suitcase fusion yet
    wasn't fontcase discontinued?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uyen View Post
    FontExplorer for sure, although I haven't tried the new Suitcase fusion yet
    wasn't fontcase discontinued?
    I guess you're right. It seems like Fontcase has been discontinued:
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    Fast and Simple

    Fonts by Bohemian Coding is amazing. Just fast and simple, no bells and whistles though. But for pure organization, there isn't better in my opinion.

    http://www.bohemiancoding.com/fonts/

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    Fontcase is still the best font manager in my opinion.

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    Font explorer

    I've been using font explorer for a while, mainly for the installing of fonts straight into the adobe package nice plugin.

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    I am a long time Suitcase user. It's an excellent tool, but it seems to slow down when you're loading lots of fonts. FontAgent is a respected Suitcase rival and seems to operate more swiftly at times. But hey: Linotype's Font Explorer is a fine and complete package as well, and it's free.

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    Font explorer x all the way, best and fast, however tricky with the updates that can ruin the plugins, but the plugins are updates independently from the main soft, so you can have an older version with a newer plugin

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    I like Suitcase Fusion personally - and i have all my fonts stored alphabetically in folders which tends to make accessing them much faster =)

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    Fontcase is the way to go!

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