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Can though"though", although"although", if"if" and even if"even if" be followed by an adjective?

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Can though, although, if and even if be followed by an adjective?

I am trying to say the following thing : "Even though this font is my favourite, it will not be used anymore".

Is any of the following four sentences correct?

This font, although my favourite, will not be used anymore.

This font, though my favourite, will not be used anymore.

This font, even if my favourite, will not be used anymore.

This font, if my favourite, will not be used anymore.

My guess is that the first two sentences are correct and make sense, that the third one is incorrect but could be understood (as in "this foreigner does not speak English very well but I understand him"), and that the fourth one is not only incorrect but also has a meaning opposite of the one I want to convey.

However, I am not sure that though or although can be used without being followed by a verb. Can anyone enlighten me on this point?