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    I still use Font book, but i organized them by sans, serif, script...
    But i think i should organize them by foundry perhaps? What do you guys think?

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    Heres a helpful little tool for anyone having issues with fonts not loading correctly or incomplete...Fontnuke makes it easy to remove font cache files and is much easier and safer than going through terminal, works like a charm:

    http://jamapi.com/pr/fn/

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    For me it is Linotype FontExplorer X clearly.

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    I use FontExplorer X Pro and like to organize them by foundry.

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    Fontcase

    For Mac I can highly recommend Fontcase. I realy like the clear and userfriendly interface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asadar View Post
    For Mac I can highly recommend Fontcase. I realy like the clear and userfriendly interface.
    I just realised that Bohemiancoding announced 2013 that they have decided to discontinue Fontcase, and will be releasing a new font-related app instead.

    Hopefully their next app will be as much useful as this one once was for me.

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    I've tried both Suitcase Fusion and Font Explorer for Mac. I really didn't like Suitcase Fusion... but love Font Explorer. My only beef with it is that some fonts don't seem to want to stay activated... annoying! I have to go in an manually activate them before using. No big deal, though, and may be something I'm doing wrong rather than a software problem.

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    Thanks for the suggestions!

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    FontExplorer X Pro 5
    looks nice... Try it

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    Enjoying reading through all these - thanks for all the suggestions. I've been more and more frustrated by my unorganized font collection. Trying out FontExplorer X now

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    i'm starting using FontExplorer X Pro, i reccomend it

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    echoing previous posts about FontExplorer X. The previewing is what really does it for me.

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    https://fontstand.com

    Pretty cool way to shop / organize directly on the software

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    I only use ATM with SuperATM

    Today I'm using FontAgentPro and this one is enough reliable on Yosemite.
    (I think I used all fonts managers since 25y and please don't use Fontbook!)

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    Font Explorer

    It's not free but is the best

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