I use Font book... I have a ton of fonts too. I don't mess with them often, so it works for me.
Really? The one that comes with the OS? Cool! Thanks! That'd save a ton!
I don't mess with them often, but when I do for a project, I do a LOT of messing!
Seems like a smart start though - if it does do what I need, as I need it, it'd save at least $100...
The reason I ask if it's the OS one is that there seems to be an actual paid app named font book - that's a $10 utility that looks like it's kinda like PopChar. But it doesn't look like that one actually MANAGES fonts.
BTW - I hear FontBook's had lots of improvements... Thanks for the idea!
Turns them on and off, allows me to make groups and tells me when they are bad... don't think I paid for it, but if I did, it was a million years ago.
I use Font book...
Me, too! At home.
If tomorrow I had to set up a department with 10 or more designers managing numerous projects that use different fonts sets, I'd switch to Universal Type Client (budget permitting, of course).
That's one I'm considering. Thanks! I'm going to temporarily work with the Free Fontbook solution for now - thing is - I'd forgotten to deactivate my apps prior to my OS upgrade (using FontAgent Pro) and now it crashes in Sierra (old version), so I can't deactivate what it had on!
I want to see if "Free" works for what I need. I have SO many fonts on my machine. Otherwise, FontExplorer is a main competitor, as well as Suitcase, and I did LIKE FontAgent Pro, but their policies made me very angry, so I'm trying to avoid it.
Thanks for the input!