FontExplorer X Pro 6.0.4


FontExplorer X Pro is optimized for professional use; it’s the solution that gives you the power you need to manage all your fonts.

Now you can more easily manage, activate and organize your existing font collection as well as find and experiment with new fonts. Whether you’ve got a hard drive full of typefaces or a few cherished families, FontExplorer X Pro handles your font library quickly, efficiently and reliably. And when you’re ready to add to your collection, you can view thousands of classic designs and the latest releases from independent foundries using the integrated store.

FontExplorer X Pro features an enhanced user interface with a configurable toolbar, activation control, comprehensive font information at your fingertips, customizable font previews, back-up functionality and access to FontExplorer X Server. Used together, FontExplorer X Pro and FontExplorer X Server are your complete solution for organizing, exploring and buying fonts and managing font licenses.

What's New Version 6.0.4

  • Integrated Adobe CC 2018 plugins into FontExplorer X Pro application
  • Extended the smart set filters for Classification to allow filtering for Fonts that contain any classification as well as Fonts that do not contain any classification
  • Integrated support for the Monotype MLS application - automatic grouping under "Cloud Fonts > MLS", source list configuration, Smart Set filters
  • FontExplorer X Pro sporadically crashed when a large number of Fonts were moved to the trash
  • On certain web sites, the FontExplorer X Web Preview did not render newly applied Fonts correctly. This occurred when the URL contained Content-Security-Policy: default-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline’ in the http header
  • Occasionally Font names would appear grayed out in the WYSIWYG Font List, this was due to an internal Font Format mismatch with the Apple OS
  • Detect Fonts in Documents did not recognize fonts contained in Sketch documents created with the new Sketch format
  • When viewing multiple Fonts in the Slide Show window, a white image of the First font remained visible
  • The software license file was not recognized by macOS 10.13.4 (beta version) Various minor unrelated bug fixes and user interface improvements
  • Assorted application crashes