I’ve amassed quite a few fonts over the last 15 years or so, and have decided to start cleaning house. Font management software like Suitcase Fusion might be the only way of attempting this project.
But from what I can determine, Suitcase Fusion 4 won’t actually delete files and folders from my stockpile; it only deletes a reference to them in a set or a library.
Currently I have every font stored in a folder on an external USB drive. After importing every one of these fonts into a “Library” in Suitcase Fusion I get a message with a list of broken, missing or corrupted files, but no offer to delete these files from my USB drive. After closing this dialogue box I lose that list.
How can I capture this list again, to allow me to delete these from my external USB drive?
This is a great tool for organizing and managing fonts on a machine, but how about cleaning house? There’s no way I need to keep all of these old, broken or outdated files.
If I scroll through this library and see a font I absolutely don’t need or want to keep, deleting this font only deletes a reference, and not the actual font on the USB drive. Is there any way around this?