It focuses more on the metadata of a font, rather than previewing a lot of versions. It's either this, or boot to another drive or partition so you can remove whatever you want from the non-startup drive. Now i might switch my Mac over too. Testing with both a Collection and a Library set confirms that auto activation has been removed from Font Book.
Because you can remove Helvetica.
Sometimes the suitcase of screen fonts will have an extension that helps define that it is the screen font suitcase, but aren't otherwise necessary.
Here's one I didn't think I'd ever see, and is something press and prepress shops in particular will love! This font manager offers support for multiple cloud sources such as SkyFonts. No-fuss, fast UI, can handle hundreds of fonts. There are now 79 in Mojave. Clicking on a single font would also show you details and the individual characters.
The information in this section is intended for advanced users. Though even that can mean different font managers if for instance, Font Book is still assigned to older legacy Mac TrueType fonts, and everything else to your third party font manager. As a font power user for many years who misses the reliability of Font Reserve acquired and ruined by Suitcase I would suggest strongly to skip Suitcase, especially if you have a robust font collection. Now that you have an idea how we selected the best font manager apps out there, shall we actually get into the list?
This is where you determine how you want FontExplorer X Pro to handle your fonts. We have a middle stand here, since the features are more enterprise-oriented. Either that, or just don't click on it.
Activation of fonts in place. As you can see, "paired" doesn't necessarily mean only two items.
These are not exhaustive reviews, but focus on the more common features or omissions that make a given font manager easier or harder to use.
The features inside FontBase have been designed in such a way to help designers pick the right font for the right time. It means you will feel an overall upgrade to the designing process. I would normally list all font revisions by name, but there are so many in 10.