TIP: Expos(é)ing Your Fonts

If you open many font files at once from the Finder, or preview a whole swath of already installed fonts in Font Book (by selecting them in the Font list and pressing Return), the Preview windows overlap, showing only the frontmost sample. To tile the windows so you can scan all the font sam­ples, use Exposé’s All Windows feature (the default trigger is F9), and then click on one Preview window to bring it to the top of the pile. With Snow Leopard’s neater approach to Exposé (it arranges the miniature windows in neat grid rather than helter-skelter), it’s even easier to look through the font samples than it used to be.


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