Choose the right style for your text as you have never done before.
If you have to choose a style for the text you are writing, this software is the easiest way to do it.
Until now, if you want to choose a style for your text you have to select it and to apply a style repeatedly until you find the right one. Using this software to can see how the text typed into the input field (or dragged in from another app) appears simultaneously and instantly in all the different fonts you have installed (or imported) on your Mac.
You can customize quickly the style to see how your text appears using the Style Editor, apply formatting options to the text and see how it looks like. When you have done, simply drag away the formatted text into the destination word processor application like Pages or Text Edit.
If you are a professional designer with thousand of different fonts, you can search them using their family names or associated tags. Tags are useful to create groups and give to a style a meaning according to your work.
Installing the Automator Service, you can put a selected text into the application by right clicking on the selection and choose the 'Open selected text in Font Studio'.
Press the import toolbar button or just pressing Cmd+I. The dialog that appear, will let you choose the files to import.
Insert text using keyboard, dropping it from other apps, using the Automator service on selected text.
Use the formatted text
Once you have selected the right format for your text, simply drag it into your preferred word processor.
Insert text using Open selected text in Font Studio services on selected text in the application you are using. FontStudio application will be launched and selected text inserted automatically in the input text field.
To hide a font that you don't like move the mouse over a row containing the formatted text you want to hide, then will appear a panel containing the eye ball icon on the right side; press it and the row will fade out.
Filter your styles list using the font family button positioned al the bottom of the toolbar. The first button containing the text 'All'; by pressing the disclosure triangle positioned over the button, you can choose the family that will be used as filter parameter. In the similar way you can apply filters using the second button named 'Tag' to filter fonts using the tag associated.
Using the last button on the filtering bar you can define a custom filtering criteria.