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Examining all your fonts, installed or just stored on your disk, can be a daunting task. To ease the process, you can use a specialized third-party utility, such as FontMap.
Easy to navigate
By default, the application shows an alphabetical list of all your installed typefaces, along with a preview of the characters from the selected font.
At the bottom of the main window there is a one-line text field, called the Buffer, where you are able to type using the selected font, in order to try it out. Alternatively, right clicking on a symbol will insert it in the said field.
Something not obvious at first sight is the fact that clicking and holding down the left mouse button on a character will enlarge it to fit the main window.
View fonts that are not registered with the operating system
Another feature of the program allows you to browse the local disks for typefaces that are not installed. This way you can test fonts before you install them.
A downside of FontMap lies in the fact that it does not allow you to rearrange items based on other characteristics, such as the presence of serifs or support for special characters. The latter attribute is important to users who want to use the fonts to type texts that contain diacritics.
Many ways to analyze a font's details
Furthermore, this utility can show you the extended character set of any typeface. The only way to insert such symbols is by using their ASCII codes.
When previewing the enlarged representation of any of the characters, in the top part of the main window the program displays the corresponding ASCII code.
A decent replacement for Windows' Character Map utility
FontMap brings more functionality than the integrated Character Map application, yet allowing the rearrangement of the typefaces would have increased the program's potential.
Being able to view the extended set of symbols present in a font or the default keyboard layout are features that some users might find appealing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Seemed to be a bit of a misnomer to me, so I went on digging around in your suggestions.
Looks like the answer to your question is here:

And so your solution:

The information that you need can be found in the registry at the following location:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts

Which is no where near what you’re looking for.

However, if you change the access level of Fonts to this key to
‘Read & Write’ you can still edit the value of the Fonts key using
Notepad. And you can manually add fonts using the same as above.

So here is the solution:

Use your favorite text editor to search for the following string
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts\.

Replace the default font or add to it the font you’d like to add.

But if you want a tool to help you, try this one:
Have fun.

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You do not need an additional utility to show all your fonts (including those not installed).
In Windows, go to Control Panel | Fonts. In it you will be able to show the name of all your installed fonts.
For alternative fonts that you have installed (or want to install), go to Control Panel | Fonts again. Click Show Fonts, and then choose Other Fonts (or click Edit to get the dialog box shown in the following image:

If you don’t want to have these types of fonts installed on your system (some will add a whole new menu to the font list), then you can go to Control Panel | Fonts again. Click Show Fonts (or choose Edit), then on the right hand side of the window, click Add/Remove Fonts. In the list of fonts that appears, you can then remove the fonts you don’t want.
This is an excellent way to find and test fonts before installing them.

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FontMap 2.33 Activation Code

FontMap is a small and handy utility, that provides an alternative way of browsing and managing your fonts, over your local disk.
Despite being a limited project, FontMap has worked very well for us, and it remains our favorite choice for browsing and managing fonts.

What is FontMap, and why do we love it?

FontMap is a small and handy utility, that provides an alternative way of browsing and managing your fonts, over your local disk.

Here are some of the advantages of using FontMap:

It allows the user to enjoy a better representation of any typeface, simply by enlarging the preview presented.

The program has been designed to have a clean and intuitive user interface, in order to save you time while browsing and selecting fonts.

It allows you to compare different typefaces and select the one that suits your needs the best.

As mentioned earlier, it is especially useful when you want to know more about the fonts you are using, in order to understand whether they support any particular special feature.

It is also a useful option to test any new fonts you might have just found.

FontMap Description:

FontMap is a small and handy utility, that provides an alternative way of browsing and managing your fonts, over your local disk.

Here are some of the advantages of using FontMap:

It allows the user to enjoy a better representation of any typeface, simply by enlarging the preview presented.

The program has been designed to have a clean and intuitive user interface, in order to save you time while browsing and selecting fonts.

It allows you to compare different typefaces and select the one that suits your needs the best.

As mentioned earlier, it is especially useful when you want to know more about the fonts you are using, in order to understand whether they support any particular special feature.

It is also a useful option to test any new fonts you might have just found.

Fonts On A Windows System

Users might be interested in finding fonts available on the system, which is usually a very large number. To help users doing this, the program provided by Microsoft allows you to browse and install all the fonts installed on the system, and even the ones that are not yet installed on the machine, using a unique wizard, displayed in the bottom part of the main window.

It is worth mentioning that this option is not shown by default, so you will need
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✓ Shows the extended character set

✓ Option to change the default keyboard layout

✓ Preview selected font

✓ Sort fonts

✓ View installed fonts

✓ View the hex code of any character

✓ Preview ascii code

✓ Enlarge and reduce characters

✓ View Font properties

✓ Delete characters

✓ Add characters

✓ Create a custom keyboard map

✓ View font details

✓ View all installed fonts

✓ Export fonts to.xpm

✓ Export fonts to.hcx

✓ Export fonts to.txt

✓ Export fonts to.vcf

✓ Export fonts to.pro

Most of the items have a dedicated icon associated with them, allowing you to quickly access to the main feature of the fonts, as well as allowing you to navigate trough the list of fonts easily.
Several additional icons are used at the top of the main window. Among them, there is a plus icon to add a new font, and a trash icon to delete a font.
While there is no “delete” button on fonts, the application provides a “Report Error” button, which will be activated when you see an incorrect character displayed. After a click on the “Report Error” button, the application will ask for the character’s hex code.
The application also provides a cross button on each item to erase the font. Of course, if you cannot locate the aforementioned report error button, click the cross button instead.
Even though the application provides you with the ability to create custom keyboard maps, the way to switch between the different languages is not as straightforward as in the standard Character Map window.
There is a menu on the left of the FontMap window. This menu contains an entry for each of the supported languages, and an “Add” button.
When a language is selected, the “Create Keyboard Layout” dialog will show up. In it, you can assign a name to your desired keyboard layout and assign it to any application you desire.
The interface is smooth and intuitive. FontMap does not offer any bells and whistles, but it does what it is supposed to do.
A useful alternative to FileHippo’s Character Map utility
FontMap’s main target audience is typeface aficionados. The application has certain advantages over the integrated character map of Windows.
The most important one

What’s New In FontMap?

As the name implies, the program is aimed at users who are familiar with the Windows’ Character Map utility. It replaces it, with some minor changes.
In order to start using FontMap, first of all you have to download and install it.
After doing so, simply open the program, which is found on the Windows Start menu. You’ll be greeted with a view similar to this one:

Click on the Manage tab located at the top of the window to access the main menu. From there you will be able to browse for fonts on your local disk, search for fonts, or change the keyboard layout.
When you click on the font you wish to see a view similar to this one:

As you can see, the preview contains a window containing the character set that is the default for the selected font. By default, the number of the font is shown, as well as the download count, character size, width, and metrics.
Click on the view symbol to get a more detailed view of the characters contained in the selected font. Here you will find the extended character set preview, as well as the size of the font.
Below the preview window, to the right of the font name, the following information is available:

At the top left, there is a preview of the selected font.
The next line is a preview of its extended character set, including the test font that was previously displayed in the top-left window, the number of the font, and its download count.
The third line displays a preview of its thickness.
In the middle the program displays a number of glyphs arranged by their orientation and size, where you can also view, along with the preview window, the glyphs in square, bold, small caps, upright, italic, and bold italic orientations.
In the bottom line is the preview of its width.
Also at the bottom, to the right of the font size, is the preview of its metrics.
The preview of the selected font is active when you click on the view symbol in the center of the window.
Clicking anywhere in the window will collapse the glyph preview, allowing you to browse the collection of glyphs that make up the font.
Replace the current selection from the Character Map application
You can search for fonts, but FontMap does not allow you to drag and drop typefaces from the main window. However, you can replace the current font selection with any of your fonts.

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