Manage all your .ttf, .otf, .dfont and .ttc files without smothering Font Book. Support of Classic Mac OS 7.5-9.xx Font Suitcases.
Drag entire fonts folders into Fonts Manager, and see them displayed without having to install them first. Try them out at a click of the mouse, and see how they look with your own typing at sizes between 8 and 500.
Add and activate entire folders.
Activate and deactivate fonts in a single click on a check box. Activate and deactivate entire folders. Very convenient for graphic projects, so you can keep all the fonts needed neatly tucked into a single folder which can then be passed to the Typesetter or Printer all at once.
This app installs and manages elegantly the 1700+ Google Fonts, usually web oriented. Display them and activate or deactivate each in a click, without bloating Font Book content. Once activated, they will show in all standard Mac OS X applications : word processor, desktop publishing, graphic applications, presentations, etc.
Fonts Manager lets you manage all the fonts you want without having to install them in the system or copy them into Font Book. It displays all of them in their own style, and checking a box will make them available to all standard Mac applications.
The Google Fonts Open Source fonts can be used in any way you want, privately or commercially. The fonts files are easy to access if needed to pass to a typesetter with a Desktop Publishing project, for instance.
Easily add other TrueType ttf or OpenType otf fonts. What is very convenient is that you can place the fonts for a particular project together within a folder, so when comes time to pass that to a typesetter, they are already organized.
Using this font manager, you do not need to install the fonts permanently, which is very convenient when one tries and plays with a lot of fonts. Today one can find so many different free fonts over the Internet.
Support of Cloud Drive, DropBox, Google Drive.
Changelog for this release:
Support of Adobe Creative Cloud and QuarkXPress.
OS X 10.7 minimum
30 days full functionality