That post has reminded me to post up that nice link which Fabrice posted earlier.
French site all about old texts, fonts and scripts it seems.
Damn, looks like I missed the free period for Font Manager.
Does anyone happen to know a freeware programme that does at least some of the things Font Manager does?
I'll second The Font Thing as I use it.
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Posted to the CC2 list today: http://www.fantasyfonts.com/fonts-page1.htm
Looks like a great selection!
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Just wandering about here, I noticed a few people with an interest in fonts, and I thought this might be of use:
More than 300 fonts, all free, even for commercial use. They're all nice, and several are especially interesting. I found Vinque to be especially nice.
Hope you find this useful!
Vinque is indeed very nice. Thanks for the link to that site!
Blambot (mostly comic-style effects fonts, but sometimes you want that....plus a few fantasy feeling fonts) http://www.blambot.com/
Sadly, the free fonts are no longer free at Letterhead, but they've got a lot of nicely designed ornate fonts: http://www.letterheadfonts.com/ (I really want LHF Unlovable.)