FontAgent Terminology

FontAgent adds a layer of lingo to font and typography terminology. Here's a list of some terms that describe font management functionality in FontAgent servers and clients.

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How Open Should You Be to Open Source Fonts?

For projects that don’t require the flexibility of full-featured commercial fonts, or if you simply don’t want to deal with licensing complexities, open source fonts offer a hassle-free alternative. With new open source typefaces appearing all the time, the open source option will continue to be a decent solution for many design and web projects.

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Using Expo to Find Free Assets

Use Expo's embedded web browser to discover images, videos, fonts and other digital assets to add to your collection. Create your own list of favorite sites to search for assets.

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Font File Format Bingo

Chances are that your font collection includes fonts in PostScript, TrueType, OpenType and dfont file formats. But you probably don’t need to manage every file format for each of your fonts. Whatever you choose to do, FontAgent will manage the format(s) you choose to import.

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When Do You Have Too Many Fonts?

Every day, we talk to FontAgent users who have font collections of all sizes. Many users have tens of thousands of fonts, and there are some who have more than 100,000 fonts. So how many fonts is too many?

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