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I have sent the developers of Font Explorer X a request to develop plugins for Affinity Designer, Photo and Publisher but I need your help if we want to see this happen. Font Explorer is an application that auto-activates fonts for applications, and is a must have for designers who use hundreds of fonts.

 

Please contact Font Explorer and let them know you are interested in there being a plugin for Affinity products. They have developed plugins for Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop and they work really well. However, they will not develop a plugin for Affinity unless we show there is a demand for plugins.

 

The developers of Font Explorer X can be reached here:

 

twitter @FontExplorerX

web http://www.fontexplorerx.com/contact

email: info@fontexplorerx.com

 

Thanks everyone!

 

 

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Hey chrisk,

any new information on this topic?

Yesterday I contacted FontBase and asked if they got any plans for including Affinity products in their range, especially for the auto-activation. They said they have it on their roadmap – so that’s good news!

FontBase may be an alternative to be considered. Basic functions are free, but auto-activating and advanced features come with either a subscription model or a one-time-purchase for three machines (Mac/Win) – also I’d say right now it’s way more affordable compared to FontExplorer, though it lacks some comprehensive options.

Now the important question that remains is: What are the requirements to get this to work with Affinity products? :35_thinking:

I guess plugin-support is a must, but right this moment I can't remember/check if Publisher and Designer have plugin-support at this time …

Greetings
MrDoodlezz


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