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Adobe Fonts | Feature Requests and Feedback

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  1. Please introduce better filtering options:
    - Double story/single story g
    - Double-storey/single-storey a
    - Dynamic shapes, Passive shapes, Constructed shapes
    - Fonts by use (newspaper, book, poster)
    - Fonts with variable sizes
    - type fonts
    ...

    Your filter is currently a bit stone-age and just doesn't do the products justice. Thank you!

    33 votes

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  2. When browsing fonts within the Adobe Fonts web site, it would great if each font file had a table of its glyphs able to view. Often I'll visit sites such as MyFonts to see glyphs details. But not every font carried on the Adobe Fonts service can be cross-referenced at the MyFonts site.

    26 votes

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  3. I'd like to be able to search for fonts that would be suitable for athletic wear by searching for smart keywords such as "athletic" or "varsity".

    18 votes

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  4. Your current categorization "system" – Hallowe'en (?!), Fun, Futuristic, etc. – appeals to amateurs and is near useless to professional typesetters.

    I want to be able to see if a font has small caps, is suitable for body copy in books or is better for headlines and display, etc. It would also be great to be able to view by date designed and other typographic fine-tuning options.

    Adobe has been in the font business for many decades. I would think that you could offer far better tools to find your font offerings.

    Thanks,

    Gareth

    16 votes

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  5. This is similar to "favorites" but allows the option to create folders to save favorited fonts to. For example, when I start a new design project, I would like to collect/save font options to a unique folder to browse through and/or send to other Adobe CC users to view (much like moodboards on Behance).

    13 votes

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  6. Please add a way to "favorite and/or save" Foundries like LiebeFont so we can be alerted every time a new font is offered!

    13 votes

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  7. I wish we could have better tags for searching fonts, as well as using multiple filters at once. Adobe font's should just steal what dafont.com uses. It takes way too long to find a font I need on their site

    12 votes

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  8. I'm looking for a font with a full set of ligatures, which means manually copying in glyphs from elsewhere and scanning through pages and pages of fonts that don't include what I need. (84 pages of sans serif! No way I'm going to take time to click through all of these.)

    It would be awesome to have the option to automatically filter out any font that comes up with an empty glyph in the sample type, or some other way to browse only fonts that include specific glyph sets, whether it's ligatures, accents, math symbols, etc.

    11 votes

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  9. As previously reported by fellow designers - Bulgarian is missing from the dropdown menu in SearchFonts/Languages and writing systems. Not only that the Cyrillic writing system was developed in and for Bulgaria, but even in modern times many of the Cyrillic fonts are made by bulgarians like https://fonts.adobe.com/designers/botio-nikoltchev and many more. I think it's crucial to add it as a language, not only from a historical point of view, but also because the market here is huge and the need for this search option is important.

    10 votes

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  10. Can you please add more technical information, including the ability to preview a font's full list of characters - similar to the glyph flyout menu?

    Also - please improve the search capabilities. Right now, when I need a font, I must first go to OTHER websites like fonts.com to do my research and preview the full character list. When i narrow down my choices, i then go BACK to adobe fonts and cross my fingers and hope you have what i need. For the amount of money I pay each month, this should not be my experience.

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    10 votes

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  11. You need to show complete glyph map ... we purchase/activate/download much of the type we used based on the presence of specific features. Display type is often picked based on particular characters, ligatures, etc; text faces picked on the basis of features that we need (sc, osf, etc) ... today I needed type with circled numerals, but couldn't figure out a way to find that info on your site, but luckily Molly helped me out via social channels. MyFonts shows a full glyph map, and they're eating your lunch on this feature at least! It would be awesome if Adobe…

    10 votes

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  12. Once in a while I want to view my favorited / hearted fonts. But those are hard to find.

    Why not having the Favorites page ccessible througout every page in Adobe Fonts?

    9 votes

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  13. I don’t know how other people are feeling about it, but when it comes to the Tags, things like Wedding of Fun don’t really help me a lot, but I would love to be able to search for Display or Condensed fonts. And I would second the suggestion someone else already made, that it would be great if there were tags according to the best use of fonts like Newspaper, Books or Magazines.

    7 votes

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  14. While browsing fonts, the previews of the fonts are not displayed with language specific glyphs, even when filtering fonts with chosen language support is selected. These glyphs can be previewed only on a subpage of individual font, making it very difficult to quickly check, whether the previewed font has a proper accents and localization.

    7 votes

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  15. 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).

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    7 votes

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    1. I'd like to fine tune my font search by having more secondary groups for example if I filter by serif I'd also like to be able to browse by old style, transitional, modern, or just all.
    2. A filter for fonts with alternative characters.
    3. True small capitals
    6 votes

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  16. Please indicate whether a font includes small caps and old style figures.

    6 votes

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  17. I’d like to be able to view more fonts per page of search results.

    5 votes

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  18. 5 votes

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  19. As a Designer working to create branding, identity and logos, for over 25 years, when searching for a font to use for literally anything, I need to quickly see all font styles at once and don't have time to manually turn down every folders' arrow to preview them individually. Sometimes different styles look entirely different than the version presented by default, and this can't be anticipated. It's better to have the option to preview all styles than making users do more work accomplish this. I've found that having this feature (as you can in Suitcase) is a HUGE time saving…

    5 votes

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