Find any font that is installed on your Mac via an unobtrusive and minimalist status bar menu application that can integrate with Adobe Photoshop and Sketch
RightFont is a simple macOS application that resides in your status bar and offers you the possibility to browse your entire fonts collection, including your Adobe Photoshop and Sketch typefaces.
Powerful font management solution that works right out of the box
Upon launch, RightFont places a small menu in your status bar that allows you to quickly toggle the visibility of the app’s main panel. When you open the utility for the first time, you should have some patience because RightFont scans your Mac for available fonts.
Within the RightFont main window, you will be able to view all typefaces installed on your Mac, and preview their design. The app allows you to filter the results list by different criteria, and you can also make use of the built-in search tool.
Moreover, via the font’s contextual menu you can easily star or unstar the typeface, or you can choose to view it in the container folder, in a Finder window. This is extremely useful if you store your fonts in multiple locations.
Use personalized font preview text and adjust the typeface size
In the RightFont Settings menu, you can easily adjust the font size, going from 30 to 120 points. Since you can resize the RightFont’s panel with a simple drag and drop, you will be able to view the entire font preview text, no matter the font size you are using.
The same area enables you to change the content of the font preview text: RightFont comes with a couple of predefined templates, but you can easily add custom text.
Browse and preview all the typefaces installed on your Mac via an unobtrusive font manager
All in all, RightFont proposes an efficient solution for viewing and finding fonts that are installed on your Mac computer without interrupting your workflow.
You can toggle the visibility of the app’s main window with a simple mouse click, and the built-in search tool allows you to filter the result in no time.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used RightFont for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂