Typographic overload

If you're at all like me, a trip to your computer's Font menu can become a long and tedious experience. These days, by the time you include the system fonts and fonts installed by Adobe and Microsoft's Office applications, you're faced with a Font menu that's bursting at the seams.

If you're a designer, too, then you probably make use of a font manager, such as Linotype's free FontExplorer X, Extensis's Suitcase Fusion or Insider Software's Font Agent Pro, which is my weapon of choice for taming the thousands of fonts currently filling up my computer's hard drive.

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