FontRevealer
FontRevealer
1.3

0.0

FontRevealer free download for Mac

FontRevealer1.3

26 October 2009

Explore Unicode font substitution.

Overview

FontRevealer is a simple application to explore Unicode font substitution behavior in Mac OS X Cocoa applications. It can be used to help diagnose troublesome font issues and identify "strange" text characters.

What's new in FontRevealer

Version 1.3:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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2 Reviews of FontRevealer

Anonymous
29 March 2005
Version: 1.2

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Thanks for a neat idea. However, the first time I used FontRevealer, to see what fonts were being used in a page of Japanese in Safari where obviously more than one font appeared, the line appeared all in the same font when pasted into FontRevealer. Same thing happened when pasted into TextEdit; obviously it's a System function, not FontRevealer's fault. Maybe has something to do with the second font (Apple LiGothic) being non-Unicode. If I copied a single character of the second font, it retained that font when pasted, but a mixed line defaulted to the Unicode font (STHeiti). Again, not FontRevealer's fault, but something to keep in mind.
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Sanjinko
11 March 2012
Version: 1.3
Version 1.3, released on 25 October 2009, is built as a Universal Binary, now requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later, and is compatible with 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
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Anonymous
29 March 2005
Version: 1.2
Thanks for a neat idea. However, the first time I used FontRevealer, to see what fonts were being used in a page of Japanese in Safari where obviously more than one font appeared, the line appeared all in the same font when pasted into FontRevealer. Same thing happened when pasted into TextEdit; obviously it's a System function, not FontRevealer's fault. Maybe has something to do with the second font (Apple LiGothic) being non-Unicode. If I copied a single character of the second font, it retained that font when pasted, but a mixed line defaulted to the Unicode font (STHeiti). Again, not FontRevealer's fault, but something to keep in mind.
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