With You Control: Fonts, you get a single font menu that is consistent across all of your favorite applications. Rather than modifying the font menu that belongs to an application, the You Control: Fonts menu resides in the Mac OS X menu bar next to your default system menu items (like the Airport monitor for example). No more having to remember if an application's font menu is in the menu bar or in a palette that is on the left, right, top or bottom of your monitor.
The You Control: Fonts menu can even be configured to appear wherever your mouse is when you press a hot key combination that you define. If you also have You Control, you can access the font menu in even more locations so that it is anywhere you want it.
The You Control: Fonts menu will not only display the fonts in their own typeface, but will also give you a waterfall style preview of each of your fonts. You choose the text, the size and how many lines to display.
For users of Suitcase Fusion, You Control: Fonts will display any font sets created in Suitcase Fusion. Using the AppleScript support built directly into Suitcase Fusion, you can now view your font sets and even activate and deactivate your font sets from the You Control: Fonts menu.
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