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Be it web design, letterheads, logos, motion graphics…the list goes on. Fonts play a key role in any design where the written word is employed. There are countless third-party applications out there for font management on the Mac. The only application I use to manage typefaces is Font Book. This should speed up your font selection process. Moving them from machine to machine is a snap. The tedious part comes right up front — classifying all of your fonts.
Gentium Book Basic font. Istok Web font. Josefin Sans font. Josefin Slab font. Lobster Two font. Lora font. Marvel font.
Merriweather font. Noto Sans font.
Noto Serif font. Open Sans font. Overlock font.
Philosopher font. Playfair Display SC font. Playfair Display font. Puritan font. Quantico font.
Rambla font. Roboto font. Share font.
Times New Roman font. Tinos font.
Utsaah font. How does it work? Define the classifications however you would like. The next column to the right will then be displaying, you guessed it, all the fonts on the computer in question.
You simply drag a font from this center column, to the left, onto the appropriate Font Collection. Then repeat. It might look something like this: Again, this process of sorting all of your fonts into classifications might take a while, depending on how many fonts you have on your system. But the good news is that you can put a single font into as many collections as you like. Which can be very handy.
There is no penalty for putting any one font into as many collections as you might like. Especially when many fonts are clearly candidates for multiple classifications like a Geo Sans Light.
This technique should help you save time when you need to fish out the ideal font for your project s. I know Font Collections have certainly helped me to find the right font, many times, without having to filter through every font to get there. Now for the bonus: moving Font Collections from one system to another.
Among other things, both Macs need the same plug-ins, codecs and fonts. Click All Fonts in the sidebar on the left, then select a dimmed font family or one or more styles. Click Download in the preview pane, then click Download in the dialogue that appears. For more about the preview pane, see View and print fonts.
The fonts you install are available just to you, or to anyone who uses your computer, depending on what you set as the default location for installed fonts. For more information about setting the default location, see Change Font Book preferences.
A green icon indicates the font passed, a yellow icon indicates a warning, and a red icon indicates it failed. To resolve font warnings or errors, select the checkbox next to a font, then click Install Checked or Remove Checked. To find warnings or errors in a long list of fonts, click the pop-up menu at the top-left corner of the Font Validation window, then choose Warnings and Errors.