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Please notify me if you turn off my fonts
I use Adobe fonts in other applications. I wasn't able to edit text because you had decided to turn off my fonts and force me to redownload them without actually telling me. I had to do a whole bunch of troubleshooting because of your lack of communication.
When you decide to turn off your users fonts, can you please at least email me to let me know? I don't want to have to waste like 45 minutes testing a bunch of stuff.1 vote
image search for Aviano Wedge not working
Hi, I just tried to do an image search for a font and the results didn't include the correct font, but it was Aviano Wedge which you do have, and is very unique looking so I'm surprised it didn't come up.1 vote
Dunhill Script double "p" bug
Dunhill Script does not display double "P" correctly. The word "Happy" comes through as "Hapry".1 vote
Add Typeface to a CC Library…
I would love to add a reference to typefaces to a CC library. This would make managing Brand Assets using CC Libraries even better. I would like the ability to add a font/family to a library from the http://fonts.adobe.com web viewer as I'm researching fonts.
I would also like to be able to Activate and Deactivate these fonts from the library panel in InDesign.
With this CC Library feature, it would create a more seamless alignment for creative professionals working on the same brand as it relates to Fonts.1 vote
Custom Tagging to Organize Fonts by Project or Brand
Although I like being able to "HEART" a font, it's one dimensional to my needs.
I would like to be able to create a "TAG" or a "FOLDER" so that as I'm researching Adobe fonts for a project, I can virtually/dynamically organize them into that "TAG". Then, when in InDesign, PhotoShop, Illustrator, I can filter fonts to show just those associated with that TAG/FOLDER.
This would be helpful if you're jumping into and out of various brands that use different Typefaces.
You could better organize groups of fonts by Brand or Project and get to them faster.2 votes
Custom font descriptions - add, edit and search
When i download a font, it's usually because I have in mind a specific requirement that I need it for. For example, some fonts I've downloaded for use in western themes, others because they resemble a specific old font used in a particular book and yet others for numerals only that i want. Keeping track of these is impossible because often several months may elapse between downloading and usage. Would love to be able to add a custom description to a font when downloading or using and then be able to search for those words when i'm looking for it.3 votes
List OpenType features on the typeface information page.
OpenType features are referenced in the 'Details' section with a link to a generic information page, but which features are actually supported by the current typeface are not listed.
Currently, seemingly the only way to see this information is to add the typeface to a web project, edit the project, and look at the highlighted options under the 'Character Set' heading.
This is important information in certain situations, as the presence of certain OpenType features may influence whether the typeface is suitable or not (e.g. finding a font with tabular figure support for a data-heavy application).
The font "Countach" does not work on mobile iOS
The font "Countach" does not work on iOS mobile devices.
I'm using the recommended method of installing fonts
It seems to be affecting all iOS versions, not just phone (ipad too).
- It seems to be iOS specific - iPad + iPhone on both Safari and Chrome show the same issue
- Android seems unaffected
Provide a way to force-enable fonts that are part of Adobe Fonts (not a Custom Font)
While custom fonts can be uploaded and assigned to user groups making sure that whenever they sign into Adobe Creative Cloud that these fonts are loaded and activated this falls show with fonts that are part of Adobe Fonts. (i.e. Source Sans 3)
Why is this important? While users can enable such fonts on their own ... they will first ask IT support about the missing fonts. We would very much be able to deploy such fonts to so that we can make certain they have all corporate fonts as soon as they log into Adobe CC.1 vote
Fonts not updating in after effects
fonts are not showing in adobe after effects.. User has no clue where to click or go to resolve this.. It's wasting so much time1 vote
Search by theme
I would like to be able to search by theme like Romantic, Celtic, Athletic, etc in Adobe Fonts. I've had minimal luck doing a google search.1 vote
There is not a Western/Cowboy fonts.1 vote
Allow single use of Chinese Characters.
The FAQ for font licensing says that single characters or glyphs cannot be used for engravings and such. However, certain things can only be represented by a single character. This is understandable with Latin characters, where a single letter can become an almost infinite number of words or phrases, but with Chinese it is much more finite and isn't necessarily used for creating words or phrases like Latin characters are. I believe there should be an exemption of this rule for Chinese characters and similar languages that represent things with single characters, perhaps except for copyrighting logos, as it is very restrictive.
The FAQ for font licensing says that single characters or glyphs cannot be used for engravings and such. However, certain things can only be represented by a single character. This is understandable with Latin characters, where a single letter can become an almost infinite number of words or phrases, but with Chinese it is much more finite and isn't necessarily used for creating words or phrases like Latin characters are. I believe there should be an exemption of this rule for Chinese characters and similar languages that represent things with single characters, perhaps except for copyrighting logos, as it is…1 vote
Add more game, arcade, video gaming type fonts
Add more game, arcade, video gaming type fonts1 vote
Add a Tag category for Handwritten fonts
Add a Tag category for Handwritten fonts.1 vote
Bring all Etcetera Type Co (open source) fonts to Adobe Fonts
Pretty simple, all typefaces at www.etceteratype.co are open source (and variable). They're already on Google Fonts, but it'd be even more convenient to have them built in to Adobe Fonts.1 vote
Create a filter to view and further refine only the standard fonts shipped with Adobe Creative Cloud. My enterprise license does not allow the use of Adobe Fonts and I frequently have trouble finding suitable fonts that have the styles required inside (bold, italic, etc.) It would be nice to be able to drill down and compare my options on this site since clicking them one by one in InDesign is time consuming.2 votes
Make your fonts 'stick' in Adobe applications
I've lost count of the number of times I enable certain Adobe fonts via your website only for them to be highlighted as 'missing' the next time I open my InDesign document that uses them! Is this a bug or a limit on the number of fonts I can enable? If you're getting rid of OTF support across your products then your own fonts need to be reliable. Also, on that subject, a comparison to OTF fonts would be useful in the search.1 vote
LANGUAGES AND WRITING SYSTEMS > missing Bulgarian Cyrillic
Missing Bulgarian Cyrillic filter, it's a shame.2 votes
Please remove the "Does this family belong in this tag" button from the top right of the font display. It encroaches on the type specimen.1 vote
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