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You Control: Fonts 1.0 helps organize your font menu

updated 01:20 pm EDT, Tue April 27, 2004

You Control: Fonts 1.0

You Software today announced , a software utility that lets you create a WYSIWYG font menu in Mac OS X. Built upon the You Control custom menu utility, it can create a custom font menu that makes it easier to find your fonts by displaying fonts in their own typeface, grouping them into their proper font families and reducing the size of your font menu. Users can see all of the fonts currently enabled or activated as well as an optional waterfall preview. It will be available in May 2004 for a special price of $10 ($30 regular pricing) through June 2004.




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