[Gimp-user] Quicker way to audition fonts?

I normally use linux but if you are using Windows try this (freeware)
one https://www.sttmedia.com/printmyfonts

There is a linux version but it is missing the load fonts facility.
Unfortunately Windows version does not work under WINE. I catalogued
the several hundred google fonts in a Windows Virtual machine.
Printing to PDF with A4 pages. example:

In Gimp? Add guides to split up the page. There are scripts to add
multiple guides.

Use Image -> Transform -> Guillotine to split into separate images

The attached script will write those separate images to a single PDF.
Unzip. There are two versions, one for Gimp 2.10 (cunning dev's
changed the syntax)

The tedious bit, adding each image in the script dialogue.

best of luck

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

Stefan Trost program looks very good. I'd prefer to print only GIMP's fonts. I
see there's a check box for system fonts and fonts from font files. Also there's
"manage my fonts" where I can drag files, add files or search a folder. So where
are the GIMP fonts located? In more than one spot? Or will printing the system
fonts take care of it?


GerryPeters (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)

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