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FontViewOK 3.91

FontViewOK is a tiny portable font viewer than makes it easy to locate the fonts you need.

Launch the program and by default you'll see a simple display where the words "Your text ABC abc" are displayed by each of your installed fonts in turn. Need a different test phrase? Then you can enter something more appropriate at the top of the screen, as well as playing around with the font size and style.

If you've not installed a particular font yet, that's no problem. Point FontViewOK at a folder instead and it'll display the test phrase in any fonts it finds there, and if you find any you like, then you're able to install them from a right-click context menu.

If you've too many fonts then this could be a problem, as you'll be forever scrolling up and down a very long list. But fortunately the author has thought of that, too. Click the 2X button and a second font list opens, so once you've found a possible font in the left-hand pane, you can scroll through the second and compare other candidates side-by-side.

And other options include the ability to print your fonts lists, as well as a handy shortcut to the Windows Fonts folder.

New in version 3.91:
 - New language in FontViewOK: Vietnamese.
 - Small adjustments for x64 (Wow64) in FontViewOK.
 - Thanks to KHUU GIA SAN for the Vietnamese language.

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Server, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 2.14
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: SoftwareOK
Date Added: {ts '2014-03-10 22:05:00'}


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