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    I have just installed QXP2016 and now I cannot run FontExplorer X Pro. Every time I run Font explorer QXP crashes. QXP will not open if Fontexplorer is open. Any one else having these problems

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    Try this (from FEX website):
    New FontExplorer X Pro Plug-In for QuarkXPress 2016. This is a free update for all FontExplorer X Pro 5.5 users. If you are not automatically informed of the update go to "Tools > Plug-in Manager…" and click the "Check for Plug-In Updates" button.


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