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To get the fonts information form a PSD file you can use online tools if you can't or won't use Photoshop (or if you prefer using Gimp, that rasterizes PSD fonts). For example you can try out this html5 PSD font online extractor "Get PSD Fonts". It's a PSD font information extractor based on Melitingice Github project psd.js that does not require uploading ...


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I had the very same problem before and i didn't find a successful solution so i did this: I organized my fonts in a nested folder way Now i use Linotype FontXplorer X (For mac, in windows i cannot replicate the function) and i search the fonts by path. So when i look for 'sans geometric' I get the fonts that are in that folder. That's the best solution ...


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Two font managers I have used for the last few years Suitcase Fusion and FontExplorer X. Both are extremely useful solutions. I personally much prefer FontExplorer, which is what I currently use. FontExplorer lets you easily and automatically organize fonts with Smart Sets. Manually sort your fonts in to groups. It has easy activation control with ...


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There are plenty of font management software solutions out there. I personally prefer Suitcase Fusion for individual but if you have a company I would suggest Universal Type Server. Both software are developed by Extensis. If you use Adobe you could use their Typekit. Also related: Font management tools for Mac What is a good free font management tool ...


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Typekit lets you sync fonts in its library between systems that are signed in with the same account credentials. Unfortunately this doesn't allow you to sync fonts downloaded externally. One app that can do this, however, is Rightfont. It allows you to sync fonts – any fonts – across multiple computers using Dropbox or Google Drive, and lets you preview and ...



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