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    font preview

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    Maybe anyone has a hint for me: I'm looking for some very specific features in a font viewer/manager:
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    Lightbulb AMP Font Viewer

    After trying a couple of other viewers, I stick to AMP, by far it has covered my needs

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    FontExper is my the only tool to manage my font archive for about 5 years.
    Simple UI and loads of features.

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    Font Explorer is the best i've tried by far!

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    Fonts by Bohemian Coding — http://www.bohemiancoding.com/fonts/

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    I am using Fontnavigator, and I am really satisfied. It has a great feature of searching all fonts in all folders on computer and sorting them by alphabetical order. This is so usefull.

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    AMP always

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milica View Post
    I am using Fontnavigator, and I am really satisfied. It has a great feature of searching all fonts in all folders on computer and sorting them by alphabetical order. This is so usefull.
    This is good software and easy to use, but this software has a problem.

    Fontnavigator only reads 65536 fonts correctly, after this number the program shows another font.

    This is a problem if you have more them 200.000 fonts.

    Artur

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    wordmark.it

    Just found wordmark.it. Basically, you load all your fonts to a webpage (no upload required) and it's way easier to choose the font. And you can preview how a font would look like on a webpage...

    I use Nexus Font and Wordmark.it!

    Hope it helps! :)

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    I usually use Nexus Font but will give a try to AMP.

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    I like Font Viewer, but I've also used Font Previewer too. Both are good. =)

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    AMP Font Viewer

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    Real font viewer

    So I read + tried few options that you proposed, most of them are more or less allow us to organize + view installed font, or view uninstalled fonts (but you need to load) at the same time. (I tested Suitcase, FontXplorer, AMP, Nexus)

    I wonder is there program really simple like basic Window font viewer? I mean, just click and a window pop out show all the glyphs, no need the install button nor the organizing feature, just view glyphs.

    To be short, I'm looking for a program that:
    • One click preview any fonts, even the uninstalled ones without needind to load them manually.
    • Not the organizing software.
    • Windows
    • Choose another preview texts instead of "The quick brown fox..."

    Is there any possibility?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkgreencold View Post
    So I read + tried few options that you proposed, most of them are more or less allow us to organize + view installed font, or view uninstalled fonts (but you need to load) at the same time. (I tested Suitcase, FontXplorer, AMP, Nexus)

    I wonder is there program really simple like basic Window font viewer? I mean, just click and a window pop out show all the glyphs, no need the install button nor the organizing feature, just view glyphs.

    To be short, I'm looking for a program that:
    • One click preview any fonts, even the uninstalled ones without needind to load them manually.
    • Not the organizing software.
    • Windows
    • Choose another preview texts instead of "The quick brown fox..."

    Is there any possibility?
    Try Typograph 5.1.4:

    http://www.neuber.com/typograph

    Artur

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