In my years as a graphic designer (and now web designer and developer,) I've acquired a great number of fonts; inasmuch as backing them up was a responsibility paramount attendant upon formatting my computer.
I've deleted quite a few (leaving a lot in stored .zip files,) but I still have over 800 fonts. Needles to say, I don't use upwards of 70% (if not more) of them.
. . .
I'm looking to delete a lot of my fonts, and a way to organize (inside Photoshop) the ones that remain as:
I'm curious if this is possible--or if I going through my fonts directory and renaming all the files is an option (eg. "Serif - Times New Roman," "Serif - Georgia," "Sans-serif - Arial," etc.)
(I imagine there might be some consequences with the operating system if I rename key fonts...)
I'd appreciate any insight--thank you!
Edit: I initially asked this question as a Windows user. I ended up using Font Explorer X Pro after moving to OSX, where I now manage a much smaller collection.
I'd still love a way to label/sort fonts serif, sans-serif, slab, script, et al. inside photoshop!