Does anyone know a program I can use to display and print off a list of all the fonts on my system?
I know I can view them individually through lots of different programs, but I want to be able to make up a hardcopy list that shows how the fonts look, not just their names. Many programs allow you to print a sample (frex, "The quick brown fox jumped...") in every font on your system, or listing the names of the fonts in the fonts themselves, etc. If I could get a printed list like this, it would be easier to refer to than scrolling through a list on my computer (especially in OOo, which is veeerrrryyyy slow in scrolling through anything). When I used Windoze, I used FontWrangler
. The creator's a jerk, but the program's great.
I've tried gfontview
, but every time I try to print from it, I get:
Error in printer spooler
sh: line 2: tmp/file/xxxyyy.zzz Permission denied
I also tried fnsam
, but iit refused to start up. I think that maybe I don'd have Perl on my system -- do I need Perl to run fnsam?
I want to be able to refer to all my fonts at one time, on one nice list, and I want the list to show samples in
the fonts, not just a list of the names. Does anyone know of another program that can do this, or fix my printing problem with gfontview, or get fnsam working?
Thanks in advance for any help...
p.s. This is a repost, but I fear otherwise I might never get an answer.