26 October 2012

Find, Preview, Organize, Install, and Your Fonts

Designer? or merely a user who loves to use cool fonts? Either way around it feels great if you are using cool fonts right? But wait, sometimes it gets annoying if you have plenty of Fonts from choosing, installing and deleting -- well it takes time and it needs plenty of patience doing that. So the solution? Find a Font Manager that will let you do work more efficiently.

MainType - A Font Manager
As a designer, i wanted to organize all my font and i wanted to preview and install it without exploring font directory and if i dont like some fonts i would never have difficult to find and uninstall. Now, i found out that it has a great application over internet. Ohh Yes, MainTYpe.

MainType is a software particularly a Font Manager Application that organize, preview,find and install fonts.

Supports font format

  • TrueType
  • OpenType
  • PostScript Type.

You can visit it here: Font Manager
Maintype Features
  • It is relatively fast(searching and executing)
  • Backup and Restore feature
  • Browse all characters and gylphs.
  • Organize: Rate, sort, and group.
  • Runs without Administration permission

Additional Features(from its website)

  1. Easy and Fast Load, install, and uninstall fonts
  2. Auto-activation plug-ins for Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign CS5, CS5.5, and CS6)
  3. Preview and browse fonts without installation
  4. Full Unicode support
  5. Detect invalid and corrupt fonts
  6. Resolve font conflicts
  7. Character grid with Unicode block navigation
  8. Network support allows access to fonts that are stored on a network drive
  9. Advanced categorizing and search capabilities
  10. Print and print preview  fonts 
  11. Insert characters into background applications
  12. Font export wizard generates a HTML-based overview of all your fonts

Visit here: http://www.high-logic.com/font-manager/maintype.html

Price (Single user license) US$ 39.00 US$ 79.00
Released: September 27, 2012
Runs On: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 (32/64 bit)

PS. The best font manager I've ever seen

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