<p>I haven't had any issues with auto activation with FE. If FE has the font open, then it shows up in the app every time. </p> <p>The only thing that bothers me is when a font that you don't have is in a document, it pops open this annoying window asking if you want to activate it, buy it from the store, ignore the font in that app, ignore the font in all apps, ignore the app when font checking, etc. The upside is that you can customize this feature in the prefs. </p> <p>FE allows you to keep your fonts where they are, or move/copy them to an organized folder of its own (you can specify where). </p> <p>Another nice feature is you can drag fonts out of FE and it will automatically create either a disk image, a .zip archive or simply COPY the fonts to a folder. Kind of like a "collect for output" </p> <p>It really is worth trying out. </p><br><br>
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