recently announced the release of
FontVista 3.0. The new version of their font catalog and inspection tool features better support for Mac OS X v10.3 “Panther,” a new user interface that’s simpler to use, enhanced layout options, better font printing, and the ability to open and print fonts without activating them first.
FontVista was designed as a reference tool for design professionals who need to quickly and easily locate the right typefaces for certain projects. It inspects all fonts on your Mac, whether they’re active or not, and assembles them in one place. You can use it to print spec sheets of fonts, export them as HTML, or turn them into PDF files.
FontVista also features three customizable layout templates. It supports TrueType, PostScript Type 1, Multiple Master, OpenType, and Apple DataFork fonts.
System requirements call for Mac OS X (Panther is recommended) and 5MB of free RAM. Licensing is US$29.99 for a single user or $150 for a site license. Owners of earlier versions of FontVista can upgrade to version 3.0 for free.