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Charlotte, NC – FontGear Inc. announced today the release of FontDoctor 8 for Macintosh. FontDoctor is the industry standard font problem diagnosis and repair utility for graphic designers and the publishing industry.
FontDoctor 8 can identify and fix common font related problems that often interrupt creative workflow and production.
FontDoctor can also optimize workflow by creating a library of manageable font files and folders organized by font foundry name, family name, and more.
Version 8 introduces an updated interface, faster diagnosis and repair, enhanced reporting with charts, updated font cache cleaning, and a new font comparison tool used to contrast the unique properties of separate font files side-by-side.
FontDoctor 8 is available for $69.99 for a Single User License, and $350.00 for s Site License.
Version 7.x users can upgrade to version 8 for $19.99
FontDoctor 8 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 and higher.
FontGear Inc. is a software development company serving creative professionals and the publishing industry since 1993.
I have a love/hate relationship with fonts. Sexy, thin, bold, and curvy – I love them like a zit-creamed-love-sickened-hormonal teenager.
But really, I think they hate me. I don’t know why. It just seems like they’re always messing with me.
For one thing, I’ve caught them in folders with other fonts. It’s like they can’t wait until I leave so they can move around amongst themselves – partying and such.
Also – and I think I’m being reasonable about all this – but a little faithfulness would be nice. Instead, for reasons known only by Mr. Computer Person, fonts turn on me. Corrupted like the idiot crack-heads they really are.
Then, or course, they leave – perhaps lost somewhere in the abyss of the 3200 different font folders in Mac OSX.