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Use FontList to view all installed fonts in your web browser.
It's usually very hard to get a nice overview of all your installed fonts. With FontList, you can easily create a HTML file showing all your fonts in your web browser. FontList lets you change the sample text, exclude seldom used fonts from the list and change the path for the HTML file. FontList then opens up your web browser to show you all your fonts.
FontList can only show installed fonts. There is no way for FontList to view fonts which are not installed.
When you hover over a font, four buttons will appear:
|B||View the font in bold style|
|I||View the font in italic style|
|+||View the font enlarged|
|CharMap||View a map of all characters of the font|
To quickly jump through the list of fonts, press a letter on the keyboard. For example, to jump to the font Verdana, press "V" on the keyboard.
If you want, you can create a print out of the list.
The sample text contains the Euro currency symbol and the "e" with three accents. This way, you can quickly see which fonts supports the Euro symbol and characters used in some European countries. You can change the sample text by editing the file "Sample.txt" in the FontList installation folder.
The default configuration of Firefox won't show the symbol fonts. This is because firefox only shows Unicode characters. Fortunately, a fix to enable the symbol fonts in Firefox is available.
Supported operating systems: Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me, XP, NT 4 and Vista. Also needed: Internet Explorer 6+ or Firefox or another modern web browser.
This software is freeware and Copyright 2001-2008 Edwin Martin.
You are allowed to freely distribute the original, unmodified FontList installer program.
No warranty. There is no warranty for the program, to the extent permitted by applicable law. In no event unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing will the copyright holder, or any other party who may redistribute the program as permitted above, be liable to you for damages arising out of the use or inability to use the program.
See also the Release history.