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    Suitcase Fusion 4
    (Mac OS X v10.5.8 through 10.8, Windows XP SP3, Vista SP1, or Windows 7)

    This is the creative professional’s font manager. Assume complete control over your desktop and web fonts, while still having the freedom to explore. For sophistication and ease nothing in this galaxy can beat Suitcase Fusion™. It simply, and seamlessly, delivers the fonts you need, when you need them.

    More Info: [url]http://www.extensis.com/suitcase-fusion-4/[/url]
    Download: [url]http://www.extensis.com/suitcase-fusion-4/free-trial/[/url]




    FontAgent Pro 5 Macintosh
    (Mac OS X 10.6 or later)

    Use FontAgent® Pro to repair, optimize and organize your fonts, then build font libraries and cascading sets that you can activate, manage, secure, print, and preview. Version 5 is Mac OS Mountain Lion-ready.

    More Info: [url]http://www.insidersoftware.com/FA_pro_osx.php[/url]
    Download: [url]http://www.insidersoftware.com/downloads/FontAgentPro5.dmg[/url]




    FontAgent Pro 4.1 for Windows
    (Windows 7, XP & Vista)

    The Windows world has waited an eternity for professional font management, but its time has finally come. With FontAgent® Pro for Windows, you can optimize, organize, view, compare, select, activate, print, export, archive and manage all your fonts—so your PC and you are working at top performance.

    More Info: [url]http://www.insidersoftware.com/FA_win.php[/url]
    Download: [url]http://www.insidersoftware.com/downloads/win/FontAgentPro4Windows.zip[/url]




    FontExpert 2011
    (Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP)

    Preview and manage both installed and uninstalled typefaces. Examine your system for font errors. Display the list of installed font faces, customizable font samples, and advanced font properties. Print different types of reports with many printing options.

    More Info: [url]http://www.proximasoftware.com/fontexpert[/url]
    Download: [url]http://www.proximasoftware.com/files/FontExpertSetup.exe[/url]




    MainType 5.0
    (Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000)

    MainType is a powerful but easy to use font manager and font viewer for Windows, that takes the frustration out of managing your fonts. It is packed with tons of intuitive features that makes it simple to find, preview, organize, install, and print your fonts.

    More Info: [url]http://www.high-logic.com/font-manager/maintype.html[/url]
    Download: [url]http://www.high-logic.com/font-manager/maintype/download.html[/url]
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    I´m using FontExplorerX since the first version, and have to say that it is in my opinion one of the best software since it has the backup-feature. So even if there is a fatal crash you could easily recover your font-setup. And for me as a typographer it is normally a waste of 2-3 days to set it up manually.
    Also the feature of Active groups is pretty usefull, just tagging a font and it appears on this group...
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    software to find the font from image

    Do you know what software to find the font from image? not a website because website just give the commercial font for result
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    Quote Originally Posted by IvanPhan View Post
    Do you know what software to find the font from image? not a website because website just give the commercial font for result
    I also often solving this problem and it looks that software FontMatch do the best job, but I cannot find full version for the best results.

    You can also try http://www.identifont.com/identify.html or http://www.fonts.com/ or http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ for indentify your font - sometimes it has good results...
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    Suitcase Fusion
    FontAgent Pro
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    IMHO
    MacOS standart utility is good enough. It contains all options of TypeManager. There is no need to use other special tools
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    Thumbs up Nexusfont

    If you use a PC then I recommend [URL="www.xiles.net/nexusfont/"]Nexusfont[/URL]. Its the absolute best font manager for PC. I have over 10,000 fonts and Nexusfont manager handles them exceptionally, plus its free.

    This program even beats all those over priced ones you have to pay to use.
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    I'm using Fonts in MacOs before used Suitcase fusion
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    Thanks for turning me onto Type DNA. I'm currently using the trial, I had not heard of it. I use a licensed copy of FontExplorer X but I'm always interested in finding better tools.

    I have no complaints about FontExplorer X however it seems the Fontmanagement software never really developed in the past 15 years. It's still just a library with examples and activation/deactivation. FontExplorer X does deliver some good font inspection tools that can come in handy. All in all it's a stable tool, but I'll give Type DNA a try for it's 'creative' features. Let's see what it can do.
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    I use MainType 5.0.
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    I guess the best program to manage fonts is Fontcase from BohemianCoding.
    Its awesome, easy to use, clean and beautiful.

    Here is the link: http://www.bohemiancoding.com/fontcase/
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    I use MainType for managing my fonts. It is solid and reliable. Works great!
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    I'm using NexusFont and it's really cool! You can manage fonts easily: delete, change name, group...
    Just cons:
    - You spend a lot of time grouping fonts
    - Sometimes it crashes...
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    After several years in the graphics field, and after having installed and tried many font management software, I definitively recommend the InsiderSoftware products.

    But you also need to know the good practices that any user should to know to avoid some strange behavior on his own OS.
    ”It is important that you know where you come from, because if you do not know where you come from,
    then you don’t know where you are, and if you don’t know where you are, then you don’t know where you’re going.
    And if you don’t know where you’re going, you’re probably going wrong .”
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    i like universal type client
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