I understand your answer but its not what I am looking for. You are talking about a font viewer.
I NEED to organise my fonts into my commonly used, pictoral, and all other types of fonts by style.
Which is what your program does.
However Windows does not work like that.
I have a few thousand fonts and as a designer I need the variety, if not al the time. I know for a fact that other designers organise their fonts into sets and are able to disable certain fonts from showing up in illustrator and all other programs at a simpleclick of a button.
Do you have any sources that quantify this? I don't think it's possible with a program such as the one you're using.
In your opinion I may not need to organise my fonts but Ihave a program which has the option, so it is clearly in demand, there are many many programs for orgaising and catagorising fonts, i just dont know what to do .fst file to activate it. (.fontsettype)
According to Fileex.com, a site for file extensions, your .fst file belongs to the following programs, none of which have anything to do with Fonts:
# FastStats Analyzer File
# FL Studio (File) by Image Line BVBAFL Studio is a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) for Windows PCs (or Intel Mac/ Bootcamp).
# FruityLoops Channel State File
# GFI FAXmaker (Configuration File) by GFI Software (GFI FAXmaker is a fax server).
# MRS-802 (Rhythm Song Fast Method Formula Data) by Zoom Corporation (The Zoom MRS-802 is a multitrack recording studio and digital audio workstation).
# Unknown Apple II File ((found on Golden Orchard Apple II CD Rom))
Also, ".fontsettype" doesn't exist as, well, anything.
So I don't quite follow where these file types and extensions are coming from.
I downloaded Fontsuite Lite 3, and had a play with it. It looks like .fst is only used by that program. You can't add what it does to Windows as it's not designed for that, it is purely, from what I can see, a font viewer and organiser for your use, not with any program.