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    Font Organizer?

    Hi guys.

    My first time starting a thread here. I have a lot of fonts on my PC now. And before this, I've installed most of them and they slows my programs that uses fonts (i.e. Photoshop/Illustrator) because it will load all of the fonts.

    My question: Is there a program that can organize my fonts so that I don't have to install every one of my fonts to the computer to use it?

    Hope it's clear what I'm trying to ask here. Sorry for my English.


    Thanks in advance! :)

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    For your previewing demand, you can try Fast Font Preview by Lanmisoft, it's free here:
    http://www.lanmisoft.com/fastfontpreview.htm
    Or you can try others such as X-Fonter, AMP Font Viewer etc.
    If you have problem with my links, PM me.

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    Font Xprorer By Linotype is very professional.



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    thanks for the suggestions guys. so the programs will let me preview, install & uninstall fonts i like whenever i wanted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidvamp View Post
    thanks for the suggestions guys. so the programs will let me preview, install & uninstall fonts i like whenever i wanted?

    Of course, the program displays fonts install and uninstall within the operating system.

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    alright! just what I'm looking for.. thanks a bunch guys! :D

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    Not sure if this thread is inactive, but Linotype FontExplorer will forever be my favorite. Easy to export, easy to preview

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    I love FontExplorer, but another nice option out there is TypeDNA. It's unique ability is to find similar and contrasting fonts by examining their letterforms (Suitcase tries to do this but the feature doesn't work well).
    Last edited by zeitgeistsfo; 08-31-2014 at 07:48 AM.

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    Are there such font manager that will automatically categorize fonts, maybe based on Myfonts tags?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badly View Post
    Are there such font manager that will automatically categorize fonts, maybe based on Myfonts tags?
    FontExplorer allows you to create your own custom tags and you can let it automatically classify your fonts by receiving data from the Linotype Server.

    Fontcase will automatically fetch metadata for all your fonts from Typedia. Unfortunately it has been discontinued.

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    For me the best font manager in PC is MAIN TYPE

    Hi,

    For me the fastest font manager in a Windows based PC and the one who lets you previewing the font without installing it with custom text is MAIN TYPE http://www.maintype.com/ . I recommend it ! Give it a try

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    Does anyone know of a font manager where you can group font weights together by their font family name? My Illustrator gives the weights of a typeface its own family. Like I have xx Light, xx Regular, xx Bold, etc. I want to pick xx then be able to select the weight. Sorry for the harsh explanation, I don't know if I explained it enough =(

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    FontXplorer I guess. I used on Mac and it is pretty good. Windows version should be good.

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    Ive been using Suitcase good but the Plugins to CC are very very slow considering I have I7 with 32GB memory thanks zeitgeistsfo TypeDNA looks good

    Quote Originally Posted by zeitgeistsfo View Post
    I love FontExplorer, but another nice option out there is TypeDNA. It's unique ability is to find similar and contrasting fonts by examining their letterforms (Suitcase tries to do this but the feature doesn't work well).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SethYork View Post
    With Mac's recent update, the FontBook font organizer has received several nice new upgrades (which was long overdue). Be sure to check it out after you update!
    I've been using fontexplorer but I have yet to upgrade to Yosemite. This may just push me over the edge. Thanks!

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