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I have hundred of TTF font files and I just want to test them without having to install. Is there any text editor in Windows that allows to do so?

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I do not know such editor, but you can try some of these utilities:

at least some of them can view fonts which are not installed and use custom text to compare them. I have also some older util for this, but I am not able to remember its name now.

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Thanks so much for your help. I have also tried a lot of softwares to see but most of them are really old and out of date and doesn't support Unicode characters. – Teiv Dec 27 '11 at 12:20

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