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Thread: Font Management - What method or app do you use, and why?

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    PRC Member toy_down will become famous soon enough
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    Font Expert [PC]

    I'm using Font Expert 2010, it's very simple and fast

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    Linotype FontExplorer X

    Just started using Linotype FontExplorer X today, seems very good.
    Always used suitcase but having problems in CS5.5.
    Linotype FontExplorer X has removed the problem.

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    Bitstream Font Navigato

    the Bitstream Font Navigator Corel is the best font management software.

    Because it grabs all the sources you have your PC and organizes them and any time you can make use of these

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    Suitcase for my own jobs and for repetitive customers jobs, but for customers jobs coming as native files in an assembled folder, I often simply drop the joined fonts folder in my user "Fonts" folder of Mac OSX! (and I clean this folder after the job is completed)
    Last edited by leila; 11-10-2011 at 12:37 PM.

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    Junior Member TheLini is on a distinguished road
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    For Mac I used suitcase for years, from version 1. But once OSX came out, I found it a pig, I struggled with it until Font Explorer came out.

    Font Explorer is by far the most stable font manager out there. It is a lot faster than suitcase.


    For PC I still use FontNav.. Its beauty is in the simplicity of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLini View Post
    Font Explorer is by far the most stable font manager out there. It is a lot faster than suitcase.
    Yes, I agree... but all the free versions of FontExplorer that I did test worked not so good with QuarXPress: mainly, some activated fonts are not available in Quark... and I still need to work with Quark.

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    Junior Member TheLini is on a distinguished road
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    I do have that problem occasionally. Not very often.

    When I do, I open the offending font with font book.

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    Fontexplorer rocks.

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    I'm using both the Suitcase and Fontxplorer.both are great.but i still prefer Fontxplorer.

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    Suitcase seems old school. In the not-so-very-cool meaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysmart View Post
    FontExpert 2010 on PC
    Suitecase Fusion on MacPro

    easy to use and fast
    suitcase Fusion is great about font management.

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    Still using Mac's native Font book. Realy, why do i need more applications for font managing. I rememebr, in those dark windows times, there was application that came with Corel for font managing, that helped us to get in trouble with client suplied non curved .CDR files.

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    FontNavigator
    Often use the CorelDraw. FontNavigator helps to automatically substitute the missing fonts.

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    Suitecase is perfect

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    master juggle

    Wow... That's awesome. Thanks again!

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