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Summary:

Managing fonts has become a bit of a black art, but it doesn’t have to be. Using tools built right in to OS X, you can manage a font collection with ease.

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Managing fonts has become a bit of a black art, but it doesn’t have to be. Using tools built right in to OS X, you can manage a font collection with ease.

In addition to covering OS X’s built-in Font Book application, we’ll explore a couple of more powerful apps as well.

Topics covered in this TechUniversity screencast on Font Management in OS X (subscription required):

  • Interacting with fonts
  • Installing fonts
  • Organizing fonts
  • Limitations of Font Book
  • Font Explorer X Pro
  • Fontcase

Below is a sample of the video. The full screencast clocks in at just over 15 minutes.

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  1. Arden Williams Wednesday, June 9, 2010

    TypeDNA offers some cool font management tools, they even have plugins for Adobe’s CS suite. http://www.typedna.com

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  2. Well Fonts are really important otherwise the text would not appear on the screen

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    1. That is the dumbest comment I have ever read.

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  3. Stefanos Hadjisoteriou Wednesday, June 9, 2010

    Seems good, but you have to pay to register :(
    Any way around this?! Just want to see this one video!

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