Okta Authentication and SSO in FontAgent

Add the power of Okta user identity and authentication to your FontAgent CloudServer enterprise font management solution.
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Using FontAgent to Detect Duplicates

Duplicate fonts are among the most common problems in font collections. Here's how to use the duplicates detector in FontAgent to find fonts that are similar to each other.
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Picture This: The Glyphs View in FontAgent

There is no more fundamental way to inspect a font than by examining the outlines of the individual glyphs that comprise the entire font.
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New Toolbar in FontAgent 10 Mac

The new toolbar in FontAgent® 10 for Mac provides one-click access to font viewing, management and sharing commands.
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FontAgent’s Image View: Versatile. Visual. Vital.

The Image View in FontAgent® enables you to preview, browse, search and manage your catalog of fonts.
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FontAgent Compatible with Apple M-Series Chips

FontAgent® Mac runs on Apple's new M-series chips now and will continue to strengthen its support for the high performance processors.
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The Player View: It’s Show Time

The Player View in FontAgent® plays a slide show of fonts to help you select and activate the right fonts for your creative projects.
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FontAgent’s Compare View: See the Difference

The Compare View in FontAgent® displays fonts in custom text strings, sizes and colors to help you select the right fonts for your projects.
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Exporting Fonts Out of FontAgent

We’re familiar with importing fonts into our font managers. But there are good reasons for exporting fonts as well. Here's how in FontAgent.®
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Why Not Activate All My Fonts?

If you’ve built a sizable font collection over the years, there are crucial technical and practical reasons why you shouldn’t activate them all at the same time. Learn how to preserve the productivity of you and your computer by activating just the fonts you need.
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Installing the Right Font Formats

Tempted to install all your fonts on your Mac or PC? Not so fast. By selecting the right font formats ahead of time, you can avoid a lot of pain later. Learn which formats are best for you.
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When Do You Have Too Many Fonts?

Many FontAgent® users have tens of thousands of fonts, and some have more than 100,000 fonts. So how many fonts is too many? And what should you do when you have so many fonts?
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Your Treasure Trove of Font Data

FontAgent® reveals a treasure trove of metadata, metrics and descriptive details about your fonts. And it makes all that data available for you to explore as you select fonts and create set criteria.
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Font Sample Sheets in Seconds

It's easy to create hardcopy and PDF font sample and specimen sheets in FontAgent® so you can share your font selections with others, compare text in various fonts, and create catalogs of your font collection.
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Tile View Magic in FontAgent

The Tile View in the FontAgent® font manager provides compact previews of a font family or project set, and syncs with FontAgent's Compare, Player and Glyphs Views.