Web Font Test Tool

Today we publish a simple font testing tool – using Firefox 4+, drag and drop a font file from your desktop into the browser and see how it renders at various sizes!

http://understandingfonts.com/2011/fonttest/

This is a remix of Ryan Seddon’s excellent font dragr (published as libre software under the MIT License.)

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