Insider Software's FontAgent Pro 1.1 will make its public debut at this week's Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
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Written in Cocoa and entirely Mac OS X native, FontAgent Pro is a font utility that handles the tasks of font management and repair in a single program. It can help users eliminate corrupt fonts, partial and unmatched fonts, duplicates, unnecessary point sizes, and generate optimized and organized font libraries. You can also use FontAgent Pro to build font libraries and sets, deactivate or activate them as necessary, preview them, and keep open only the fonts you need for current projects.
FontAgent Pro requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later, 3MB of available disk space, and 7MB of memory. It has a suggested retail of US$99.95 ($89.95 for electronic download). If you've previously licensed FontAgent X or later can obtain the new version free of charge by downloading and installing FontAgent Pro.
FontAgent 8 customers can license FontAgent Pro for US$49.95 on the Insider Web site. A trial version of FontAgent Pro is also available for download.
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