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Adobe Fonts | Feature Requests and Feedback

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  1. Filtering fonts by Serif, Sans Serif, etc. – like in the apps themselves – would be helpful when managing in CC desktop.

    3 votes

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  2. I usually have fonts as part of my MadCap Flare help authoring projects. I create some font variables using a path in the project. With Adobe's embed code, how could I reference a specific font without a path?

    Thank you,

    Jim

    1 vote

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  3. God almighty, please, especially now that Adobe bought Figma, let me bulk activate fonts for non-Adobe apps in CC without having to MANUALLY check every variant of a font I want to sync.

    I am holding back a lot of contempt for the product managers at Adobe who thought of this feature. Quintessentially a sample of gratuitous suffering that the Adobe team has gotten us used to as paying customers.

    6 votes

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  4. Add a details field to Custom Fonts to keep track of the third-party license, as we're having to go with a different application to keep track of the dozens and dozens of non-Adobe Fonts across hundreds of projects. Custom Fonts would have been a great solution if we could keep track of this metadata, but as it stands, we can't go hunting through e-mails and website accounts if our font usage is audited.

    1 vote

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  5. Everytime you do a bug fix with "stabilization" you mess up how fonts work. I always use a specific font, optical, size, and spacing. Now I have to reset it every dang time I click another tool. Stop messing with the font box. it is so annoying and time consuming. I spend hours a day on Photoshop! Thanks

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  6. In het verleden was het mogelijk om Custom Fonts vanuit de Adobe Cloud op alle Adobe apps te krijgen. Nu kan je alleen deze fonts nog op de Desktop-apps gebruiken, maar niet meer uploaden naar de Mobile-apps. Dat moet terugkomen.

    1 vote

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  7. We have the fact that it is important for us that we have the same possibilities for processing with the Indesign Server as with the desktop. For this, it is essential that we can also retrieve and thus process the Adobe fonts via the Indesign server.
    In the context of the shortage of skilled workers and the move towards automation, such processing is essential for us. The license for the fonts is already paid via the users who do the design and also via the server license, which is considerably more expensive than that of a desktop station.

    1 vote

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  8. Hello, I need the font Gill Sans Nova (italic) on Adobe (Acrobat - PDF editiing). I have a university account but when I want to download the font in the stock. Thanks

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  9. certain fonts (like Shippori Antique for example) appear to be out of date or not matching their counterparts on Google Fonts

    1 vote

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  10. The licensing information for fonts is extremely minimal and confusing. I was using this font on a website, because according to Adobe it is cleared for "website publishing". . . But I still received an email from the font foundry that I wasn't legally using the font, and now I have to pay them for a license. I'm still confused as to how I am supposed to "legally" use Adobe fonts on website, and when I called customer service to get a better explanation- they were unable to help me. So my suggestions would be:
    1. Provide much more detailed…

    1 vote

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  11. I'd like to be able to do 2 things from within the Adobe Fonts interface, and if possible through Adobe apps:

    1) Create / choose a template to create type specimen sheets, and
    2) Create personal / shareable Font Packs.

    The specimen sheet request is a great way to preview a font/family.

    Personally curated Font Packs would be invaluable for curating and activating/deactivating project-based fonts.

    3 votes

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  12. Would it be possible to still have access to previous versions of fonts released (with an option to choose which version is needed).

    Due the nature of the way we work, many of products are re-purposed and have a long shelf-life, i.e. reprinted over a number of years.

    Release notes would be useful to help us understand the changes/differences between the versions, and whether this might impact the extent/text flow.

    1 vote

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  13. 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.

    7 votes

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  14. Suggestion: provide options to sort, and ideally to filter (live search) the lists of active and previously active fonts in the Creative Cloud app.

    At a minimum, I'd suggest the lists be sorted alphabetically as standard. Looking at my active fonts, the order appears arbitrary at first, but I believe it must be the order in which I activated them, which I don't think is useful.

    9 votes

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  15. To have access to Adobe Fonts from a licenses with restricted functionality - online.

    1 vote

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  16. The UI for creating a new web project and adding/removing existing fonts needs serious attention. I've been searching for a way to do this and can't seem to find the way...

    There should be BIG COLORFUL BUTTONS with customization functionality. I do not understand why there are not buttons in the web projects section for users to add fonts or to create new web projects.

    1 vote

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  17. For Companies that would like to move dozens, if not hundreds of Fonts to Adobe Font, allow for a batch upload of Fonts (currently there is a batch limit of 20)

    3 votes

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    1. It would be helpful to filter and sort through the fonts in our font libraries the same way we search for them in the search bar on the landing page.

    2. It would be lovely to have a search bar in the manage fonts section. Even if we know the name of the fonts we have or don't have, when we want to find them, we only have the option to scroll to them or reorganize the list of fonts alphabetically. I've found this time-consuming, making the experience of working with the site too slow at times when I'm working on…

    2 votes

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  18. That they work within say 10 mins!!! AN hour - let me know

    PS - how I'm already logged in and you ask me to re log in - very time-using program to use for busy people - like , er , everyone - suggest you serve your subscribers better

    1 vote

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    1. I can manage fonts I have purchased OUTSIDE of Adobe, and deploy them to all workstations.

    2. Individual users can navigate to https://fonts.adobe.com/ and add Adobe fonts to their workstation.

    but.... as an Enterprise Administrator I do not have the ability to designate which workstations, or if all workstations, should have particular fonts from https://fonts.adobe.com/ already installed on the workstation.

    I would like to select a font (like Futura PT), and have it automatically load on workstations when the users sign in - without their need to intervene.

    In our environment consistency between workstations is imperative. Even though a user has…

    3 votes

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