On 02/08/2011 11:36 PM, gespertino@... wrote:
> That sounds like a lot of fonts. I'd use a font manager to create
> groups (based on style, typology, etc.) and load and unload them when
> Having so many fonts active will only make difficult to choose, will
> make applications start slower and won't help much.
> For linux you can use FontyPython or Font Manager
I believe FontMatrix is worth mentioning as a very good font manager on
The poster did mention he was on OSX -- which sadly I can't help with...