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In work I use a mac and im running OS 9 there. so i have general knowledge of ATM Manager. I decieded to purchase a iBook for home usage (im starting to do freelance Graphic Design). My Photoshop, Quark & Illustrator all run on OS9. But I have to use Font Book now, which came with my iBook.

I have many many fonts and this is my 1st experince with OSX most of them are loaded into OSX and I didnt realize I should have loaded them for OS9. Well when I added them for OSX the font location moved.

Where can I find them so I can load them for OS9?


I did a search and saw that people are having problems seeing certain fonts in OS9, what are these and any suggestions? Do I need to load the fonts for OS9? If not, why are they not showing for OS9?

Sorry if my question is a little out there.. I think I sorta know a little on what Im talking about but I dont know. LOL plz bare with me, im learning!!


Also, my boss told me I could buy ATM Manager for OSX is that reccomended?
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Most likely your fonts are located in the Mac OS X -> Users -> user name -> Library -> Fonts or Mac OS X -> Library -> Fonts
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thanks so much!!
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I don't think that there is an ATM for OS X. Extensis Suitcase is an alternative font management application, but I would try working with FontBook first. If it works out, let your boss know that you saved the company $99.
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