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First of all, it groups all fonts of the same family together. For example,
all Arial is listed as one font, but if you click on that font, it opens a
window showing all the styles. For some Adobe font families, you might see
thirty-something typefaces that way and others, you might see several
separate groupings.


Sounds very much like what I remember on the Mac ages ago. Then again, that 
could have been because we used Suitcase to manage fonts back then. (Absolutely 
loved that program.)

It's still available, and on both Win and Mac...just wish I had a reason for 
some creative font use instead of a rigid corporate template.




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