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FontLab Studio

FontLab Studio 5.1.4b4836

Glyph Editor - Work with Type 1 and TrueType outlines easily and precisely. Multiple Masters - Make your own multiple master fonts with up to 4 axes. Extrapolate fonts beyond original limits TrueType & Type 1 Hinting - Add hints manually or automatically...

Optimized for professional use, the FontExplorer X Pro solution gives you the power you need to manage all your fonts. Now you can more easily manage, activate and organize your existing font collection as well as find and experiment with new fonts....

Suitcase Fusion 6

Suitcase Fusion 6 17.3.2 updated

This is THE creative professional's font manager. Assume complete control over your desktop and web fonts, while still having the freedom to explore. For sophistication and ease nothing in this galaxy can beat Suitcase Fusion. It simply, and seamlessly,...

TransType

TransType 4.0

Easily change outline font format or platform. For instance: take any Mac PostScript font and in second get autohinted, remapped Windows TrueType. Or take any Windows font and get correctly built Mac PostScript font suitcase with set of bitmap fonts....

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TypeWise

TypeWise 2.0

TypeWise is a smart font manager for Macintosh that helps you find and view fonts and characters quickly. TypeWise features a fast-scrolling WYSIWYG font list, gorgeous repertoire and character set layouts, plus Veenix's powerful GlyphLogicEngine0...

Glyphs Mini

Glyphs Mini 1.0.3

This is a slimmed down version of the font design software Glyphs. The main differences to the full version: - no Multiple Master and no Layers - no Scripting - no UFO im/export - limited OpenType feature support What is is meant for: Casual...

RightFont

RightFont 3.2.5 updated

RightFont is a lightweight font manager with a clean, beautiful interface. It offers many features which help you manage all your local fonts with ease. Easily filter fonts by classifications (Sans Serif, Serif, Script), font width and font weight. Even...

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n order to input romanized Chinese in Pinyin using the 4 tones of mandarin Chinese, special fonts are required to mark vowels with tones. A variety of these fonts are available online and used by scholars, teachers, students of the Chinese language. The...