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    Junior Member stefanile88 is on a distinguished road
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    I use Font Book; but I keep the fonts organized in collections so that I can find/disable them quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefanile88 View Post
    I use Font Book; but I keep the fonts organized in collections so that I can find/disable them quickly.
    Font Book has been the most stable solution for many years for me. It requires some discipline, but it's rewarding with hassle-free workflow.

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    Junior Member Miksa is on a distinguished road
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    Also FontBook, making collections actually does it for me.

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    I think FontExplorer is worth it!

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    Another vote for NexusFont, very flexible and free to boot.

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    I have tried several font managers yet decided to stick with the standard apple one in the end, since I had some issues with font managers in general with not activating fonts etc., though I do use Font Explorer X from time to time to clean up fonts. Suitcase Fusion drew way too much RAM for me and took very long to start up.

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    FontExplorer is a good suggestion, thanks!

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    FontExplorer X (Mac) is the best!

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    Font Expert from proxima software

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    Suitcase fusion

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    Banned nikolas9 will become famous soon enough
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    Yes FONTEXPLORER PRO ! the best one i think
    http://www.fontexplorerx.com

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    PC and NexusFont user here! Although, it's been crashing for me a bit lately. Grrrr...

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    I have been looking around for a new manager with more features than the built in OSX Font Book. That being said Font Book is a pretty good little built-in manager.

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    font management

    suitcase is the best, and is now cloud based which is everything

    font book is terrible, I would not use it.

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    There's a new kid in the block: RightFont http://rightfontapp.com/ it seems very lightweight and just what you need for starters

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