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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.
Danielle Manoli has created short video animations for each letter of the English alphabet.
We often get questions about “crossgrade” discounts for our existing customers. A crossgrade is a discounted software purchase usually available only to current customers. It’s sort of a way to say “thank you” to loyal users.
If you already own FontDoctor (i.e. have a valid FontDoctor 7.x serial number) then you can order FontXChange (our Mac font converter) for only $49.99 for the Single User License. That’s half off the full price. Nice.
Dingbat: A typographical ornament or symbol.
There are tons of dingbat fonts available out there – and a lot of them are useless. But there are also many that are very useful. The ThinkDesign blog has a good list of the more useful ones, and they’re free to download and use.