Thread: Photoshop CS - font problems
09-16-2005, 02:59 PM #1etheaGuestPhotoshop CS - font problems
Is anyone aware if photoshop has a bug where it only recognizes a certain number of fonts?
It shows all my fonts up until somewhere in the "s" alphabet...then it just stops and doesn't allow me to choose or even see any fonts from "t - z"...
Indesign and Illustrator don't have this problem...anyone else have this?
thanks in advance
09-16-2005, 03:45 PM #2
i havn't seen that problem, but in CS for me sometimes certain font's or something act funny, like you can type a word and if you hit enter to start a new line to type it'll bunch the txt together. it's REALLY annoying, has anyone experience that ? (sorry dont mean to hijack your thread)
Edit: here is what mine looks like.
09-16-2005, 04:04 PM #3etheaGuest
That's ok...anyone else ever heard of any of these problems?
09-16-2005, 04:13 PM #4
I have it, runs real smooth here. I haven't encountered problems with fonts yet. They seem to be all there, right up top Z. But I'm just starting with it
edit: try the Adobe forumswww.idadgraphics.com
I started using PS from finding this forum and all the help I have gotten here thru the years is immeasurable
thank you MacForums and all it's members
09-16-2005, 04:44 PM #5
Ok, I got my problem fixed, you might want to try this. (this is what i did) open a finder window and go into library >> then down to preferences >> Then delete the adobe photoshop settings folder, then open up photoshop and it'll be like when you just installed it, all the settings are back to normal.
03-04-2009, 01:17 PM #6
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I have the same problem with fonts that have disappeared. My font list only goes to Times. Anything else from T to Z has disappeared. Anyone have a fix for this? Desperate! Thanks.
03-13-2009, 03:55 PM #7
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I have never had that problem but some of the other problems can be solved by using a program called font nuke. The problems are with the adobe font cache, if it gets too big it starts acting buggy. Font nuke rebuild s the cache. It's free, just a warning it has to restart your machine when done so make sure you don't have anything important open. Also if you are using a lot of fonts and are not using some kind of font management software you may want to look into it. Suitcase Fusion is a good one we use here.
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