I suggest...

Please make obvious how to exit a project to start a different one

Also, I was unable to open anything in Safari...

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      • Matt M commented  · 

        I would like to add to this even though I see this comment is almost 2 years old. Am I understanding this right that the only way to edit a different font file is to close and re-open the app (e.g on desktop)? Or to reload or open a new tabbed instance (e.g on browser)?

        That seems like a fairly basic piece of functionality that is missing. I am using this program to primarily fix font family naming issues and I need to edit 20 different files. It's pretty tedious to have to restart the whole app for each file. Even a keyboard shortcut (Ctrl/CMD+N) would be very useful.

        Thanks.

      • AdminGlyphr Studio (The Head Honcho, Glyphr Studio) commented  · 

        Hi Riccardo - This would be easy to do, since it's just a new tab, or hitting refresh on the current tab. An obvious button could do either of those things.

        Right now we don't test for Safari, but it does work on Chrome and FireFox, so give those a shot.

        Thanks!

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