Make Sense of Your Font Folder With FontExplorer X Pro


The biggest problem I had with FontExplorer, however, was reading some of the text. For example, in the Information popup, the Summary headings are all displayed in pale gray, and are very hard to read; and although the color labels are customizable, the defaults are so faint I thought they were grayed-out and unavailable to use.

Like any database management system, FontExplorer is only as effective as the information you give it, but there are many different options for that information, and that makes FontExplorer infinitely useful, whether you're a professional designer, typographer, or font-lover. Plus FontExplorer is super efficient at activating and deactivating fonts, so you'll never lose your client's favorite font again.

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