I use wordmark.it to navigate the fonts I have installed which helps you can quickly accumulate tons of fonts. Source: 6 months ago
It really doesn't. Check https://wordmark.it/, just input a lowercase t and see how only Comic Sans of all things look like a christian cross. Source: 7 months ago
Does anyone else remember when wordmark.it was free? Source: 8 months ago
Wordmark.it is a great way to browse the fonts already on your computer for the word or phrase you have in mind. Source: 8 months ago
Also a handy way to preview a ton of fonts at once is on the site https://wordmark.it/. Source: 10 months ago
I know you said it’s a Cricut font but try Wordmark in case it’s not. This shows you every font you have installed on your computer, and you can enter in a word or whatever to see what it looks like in every font. Source: 11 months ago
Https://wordmark.it/ Will let you see what your text looks like with all the fonts you have installed on your device. Source: over 1 year ago
So sorry! I was thinking of https://wordmark.it/ which is helpful in a completely different way! Source: over 1 year ago
Not quite the same, but this may be helpful. Source: over 1 year ago
Wordmark.it will show you how a word looks in all of the fonts on your system. dafont.com is a great place to download fonts. Source: over 1 year ago
How to use wordmark.it to find the perfect font for your Cricut Design Space creation. Source: over 1 year ago
Also, this website could be really helpful!! Good luck! Source: over 1 year ago
Font preview - this is what would be like your wordmark.it process, but instead of visiting a website, you'd be able to type some text and preview what that would look like inside the program. This works for all system fonts, Google fonts, and any other fonts you load into the program. Source: almost 2 years ago
I'm currently just saving to my OS - and then use a website (wordmark.it) to help me choose what font I want for a project. However, I probably only have 100 something additional fonts, which is much more manageable to use this method for, as well as a really strong PC that won't be easily bogged down. Source: almost 2 years ago
I came across a site a little while ago that MASSIVLY streamlined my design work so I figured I would share it with the community. It is called wordmark.it. You are able to enter a word or phrase and view all your fonts in a grid/card view on the site. You can even select multiple cards then click "filter selected fonts" and it will remove all other cards and only show the ones that you have selected. Source: about 2 years ago
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