Ubuntu Fonts

  • FontForge

    Free Mac Windows Linux Website

    Typeface (font) editor program developed by George Williams.

    Fontforge is free software and is distributed under the BSD license.

    FontForge is available for several operating systems and is localized in several languages.

    Fontforge supports several font formats like TrueType, PostScript, OpenType, CID-keyed, multi-master, CFF, SVG, BDF, Datafork TrueType, etc. Fontforge can convert fonts from one format to another.

    FontForge can also store fonts in its native format called “spline font database files” using the .sfd extension, which has the advantage that is text-based.

    Download is also available in GitHub releases.

    designwithfontforge.com — font creation manual


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  • Font Manager

    Free Linux Xfce Website

    Font Manager is intended to provide a way for average users to easily manage desktop fonts, without having to resort to command line tools or editing configuration files by hand. While designed primarily with the Gnome Desktop Environment in mind, it should work well with other Gtk+ desktop environments.
    Font Manager is NOT a professional-grade font management solution.


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  • TypeCatcher

    Free Linux Website

    TypeCatcher allows you to search, browse, and download Google webfonts for off-line use. You can preview fonts with adjustable size and text.


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  • Fontmatrix

    Free Mac Windows Linux BSD Website

    Fontmatrix is a font manager built with the kind of features and abilities graphic designers, layout pros, and others have felt necessary, but modernized with some new touches. Since version 0.6.0 it contains a panose browser, can find a font from an bitmap image and can extract fonts from a PDF file.


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  • FontBase

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Website

    FontBase is a blazing fast, beautiful and free font manager for professional designers. All the features of a paid font manager — for free. Works with thousands of fonts on every platform.


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