Find the Right Font for the Job With Fonty 1.0 for Mac OS X

[] Driffield, United Kingdom – Ghostotter Software is proud to announce the release of Fonty 1.0 for Mac OS X. Fonty allows users to scan all the installed fonts on their Mac and lists their character support. Fonty comes with some predefined character sets for some common languages and groups of characters.

Finding the right font for the job can be a real problem, especially if users need a font with specific contents. For example, when creating a document that will be translated into several languages and a consistent look is needed across all those documents then users need to choose a font that will support all those languages. Users don’t want to have to have to use a different font when they come to do the Russian translation. Fonty can help identify fonts that are up to the job.

Fonty lets anyone define character sets as required – they may choose to create a character set containing all the Greek alphabet. Or they may create one with common currency symbols. Or they may create one with mathematical symbols, whatever makes sense for the job. Users can then search installed fonts for fonts which support any combination of those character sets. Of course, Fonty ships with some common character sets to get users going.

We expect Fonty to remove a common source of frustration in global translation agencies, design studios and packaging companies… and probably lots of areas we’ve not even thought of!

System Requirements:
* OS X 10.10 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 1.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Fonty 1.0 is $4.99, and is available exclusively worldwide in the Mac App Store in the Graphics and Design category.Ghostotter
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Located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom, Ghostotter Software was founded in 2013 by Robert Stott. All Material and Software (C) 2013-2015 Ghostotter Software / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

###Robert Stott
United Kingdom
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