Eventually, you will find that you've so many fonts installed on your Mac. Some of them might share the same name. How to handle them?
Let's assume that you've many fonts stored inside your
Font Book. It's good news, but sometimes it will become bad news. Why? Whenever you want to search for a particular font, you need to trace all of them; What a tedious task.
Why don't you just remove unused fonts? It's not recommended. If you totally remove the font, if it happens that in the future you need that particular font, you'll need to go to the source site and re-download it.
Fortunately in Mac, you can temporarily turn off some fonts. These turned off fonts won't be displayed on other applications and inside your font book next to these turned off fonts,
OFF will be displayed.
Mac can support multi language. This can be seen in its Font Book. Mac provides us many fonts for language other than English, and also adding font can easily be done.
Collecting a mountain of cool font styles will be very easy.