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Hi All,

Can you think of any reason fonts that appear in Fontbook would not appear in my Illustrator listing of fonts? It's really driving me crazy.

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some fonts do do this sometimes, but I think your best solution is to use a more robust font manager - you can do this for free, especially since FontBook becomes a pain if you have a lot of fonts

Here is a copy of my stock answer to this question

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If you are going to start loading quite a few fonts, font book is not the best app, the free font explorer is much much better

http://www.linotype.com/fontexplorerX

If you really want to manage your fonts well I suggest the suitcase (another font management tool - not free) guide (the guide is free)

dl.extensis.com/downloads/ SC/EN/P/Fonts_Best_Practices_in_OSX.pdf

Just substitute use Suitcase with use Linotype FontExplorer
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