14 comments

  • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 12 days ago

    How does this compare to Typeface? I used RightFont before but due to the price switched over to Typeface which I absolutely love and is cheaper.

    3 points
    • BAKAkid .oBAKAkid .o, 12 days ago

      i gave up on rightfont too, i just didnt like how it worked. i use fontbase, which i love. it manages thousands of fonts really easily, and has a free or paid teir. i havent used Typeface though.

      3 points
  • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 21 days ago

    In terms of site design - does anyone else feel like their use of upward animations on scroll is a little overplayed or at least overemphasized?

    2 points
  • Ricardo MatosRicardo Matos, 13 days ago

    Where is the icon fonts tab? Am I missing something?

    2 points
  • Lee Fuhr, 21 days ago

    A year ago I gave up on RF and moved on to Typeface, which is beautiful but has a weird interaction model (clicking on a font "collects" it, I think? Or it selects it? Or… I'm not sure).

    So… anyone tried both Typeface and RF5 and have an opinion? :)

    1 point
    • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 21 days ago

      Posted my other comment before seeing yours. I love Typeface. RF5 seems to have some nice features but not seeing any reason I should switch.

      1 point
  • J LavalaJ Lavala, 15 days ago

    Looks like they have removed the built-in icon fonts?

    1 point
  • Joe BlackJoe Black, 18 days ago

    Professional font managing app that anyone can use. Bullshit! Windows is not supported

    0 points
  • Jason MJason M, 21 days ago

    I can't find the ability anymore to search by font parameters like Serif, Sans-Serif, Wide, Narrow etc...

    0 points
  • Stefan Lechleitner, 19 days ago

    Can I import my lists from the old rightfont?

    0 points
  • Stefan Smiljkovic, 10 days ago

    "Professional font managing app that anyone can use."

    I am on Windows 10

    0 points
  • Josiah TullisJosiah Tullis, 15 days ago

    I did considerable research into the various font management apps some time ago. I finally went with Fontbase and have not looked back– it's affordable (free), supports Windows + MacOS, and has regular fantastic feature updates. Highly recommend.

    0 points
  • Ken Em, 21 days ago

    Nine hours ago: https://www.designernews.co/stories/98766-rightfont-5

    -3 points