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Is there some way to access all of my fonts besides Apple's Font Book. Specifically, I was thinking of Suitcase Fusion but any other practical solution would help.


The program is really coming along BTW. Some of the things you can do with Designer are amazing. Also it's very fast.

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Hi zookirb,


I'm finding Apple's Fontbook to be perfectly adequate in El Capitan, for my purposes.


In a production environment, I've used Suitcase Fusion. One annoying bug I've noticed with Suitcase is that it populates the Trash with "Rescued Items" on start up or after a restart. I have been unable to find a reason for this, so I uninstalled the trial version on my iMac & continue to use Fontbook without any issues so far.



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we are using Suitcase Fusion too. I already activated Affinity designer as software which automatically should open the fonts. So far with no result.

Apples fontbook is no option with 5000+ fonts.


Is there a solution Affinity?



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