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Hi,
I'm new to this forum, because i had long time a pc, but now i want to switch to mac.
So i have a little question to ask.
I like to download alot of fonts to use in photoshop or word, and it was easy to install them (just dropped them in the windows/fonts folder), the question is if it is as easy as on pc?
Thanks, and sorry for the bad english
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Hi, welcome to the forums!

To install font in Mac OS X its basically the same as in Windows. Except instead of going to Windows/fonts you go to Library/fonts. You still just drag and drop to install.

Your English perfect by the way!
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If you have a lot of fonts then the free Linotype FontExplorer is a much better way of managing your fonts

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Thanks for the link louis.

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OS/X is easier.
Mac was the first out with lots of fonts. 1983

My 128K Mac had plenty of fonts when the IBM-PC had a green screen and one font.
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Hello,

I am new to Mac-Forums so apologies if I have done anything wrong, this thread seemed the closest to my problem.

I wonder if anyone can help with a problem between Photoshop 7 and Mac OSX 10.5 (leopard). Yesterday I gave myself a Christmas present of the latest OS system to run on a G4 (Mirror front) 1GHz with 512 RAM. My three main programs are Quark 6, Illustrator 10 and Photoshop 7, after the install of 10.5 I opened Quark and Illustrator no problem but Photoshop 7 wouldn't open, the on-screen message was "An unexpected and unrecoverable problem has occurred because of a program error. Photoshop will now exit."
Even after re-install of Photoshop 7 the problem remained. The answer I suppose is a later version of Photoshop but times are hard, any help would be appreciated.

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John
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