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    Does the new FontBook update have teh possibility to check the stylistic alternates like the Fontexplorer has?

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    FontExplorer 3.0!

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    Dudes, try FontXplorer. For sure!

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    ofont project

    i'm a little sceptical, has anyone used it?.

    http://ofont.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Escvdero View Post
    i'm a little sceptical, has anyone used it?.

    http://ofont.net/
    thats funny

    Install

    Ofont is based on ProcessWire, those information will help you to install it.

    Download the dev version of ProcessWire then unzip it to another location.

    Before installing ProcessWire, rename the folder /site-default/ to /site/ then copy and paste these files from ofont directory to ProcessWire directory:

    ```
    /site/install/
    /site/templates/
    /site/modules/
    /config-example.php
    /LICENSE
    ```

    Create a new dedicated SQL database using PhpMyAdmin.

    Rename the file config-example.php to config.php.

    After you've completed the steps above, run the installer for the new site by loading it in your browser and follow the instructions.

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    Dude, just stick to FontExplorer, i get why you would be sceptical!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatexius View Post
    Dude, just stick to FontExplorer, i get why you would be sceptical!
    nice idea but can't find FontExplorer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Togijak View Post
    nice idea but can't find FontExplorer
    What do you mean you cant find it? As in a free version which isn't demo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatexius View Post
    What do you mean you cant find it? As in a free version which isn't demo?
    If you do not have a valid license, FontExplorer X Pro will run in a demo mode with a few limitations. You have 30 days to test the functionality and can activate the full version by purchasing a license.

    I am retired and have only 380 € a month = can't buy it :-(

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    I use on my Mac font case and I find really useful, although in the update of El Capitan if has some errors

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    Definitely agree with FontExplorer being the best as far as capabilities are concerned. Found that it could overcomplicate things if you let it. I had tons of fonts installed (too many) and having it handling fonts as well as using the Mac's native 'Font Book' there started to be a "too many cooks" conflict.

    Can be your best friend if you set it up right!

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    hands down - Linotype FontExplorer

    I will never use another . it's totally worth it

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    I just recently tried font explorer. It's really nice. I really like it when I'm showing a client font options.

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    Font Explorer X Pro is what I have used for years. It's never let me down

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    Quote Originally Posted by cancar View Post
    I use on my Mac font case and I find really useful, although in the update of El Capitan if has some errors
    Really curious as to what errors you/anyone has found so far... (as I am still learning the new OS features)

    So far I've found that since they've removed the option to securely empty the trash, the ability to override the QuickLookSatelite when deleting fonts is an issue. Quitting the process in the Activity Monitor prevents your computer from quickly looking at things [duh, kinda] so I just wait until the OS is done with whatever garbage font is in the bin.

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