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Adobe Fonts | Feature Requests and Feedback

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  1. Missing Bulgarian Cyrillic filter, it's a shame.

    9 votes

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  2. Your visual search (or font identifier) is not working

    7 votes

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  3. 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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  4. Font preview (trending, newest, hidden gems, staff pick aso) loads extremly slow or not at all in all browsers.

    2 votes

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  5. RECENT DROP OF SUPPORT FOR TYPE 1 (FORMERLY "GOLD-STANDARD") AND DROPPING OF "NEED-TO-HAVE" STUFF LIKE TIMES AND HELVETICA FAMILIES HAVE PROMPTED THIS.

    SOME FONTS HAVE BEEN DROPPED/REMOVED; SOME ARE CONSPICUOUS "GAPS" IN CRITICAL NEED-TO-HAVE FONTS/FAMILIES; SOME ARE THINGS THAT WOULD BE REALLY NICE TO HAVE (REQUESTS); AND SOME ARE STUFF YOU MAY HAVE ALREADY ADDED.

    PLEASE FILL THE GAPS.

    2 votes

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 2 votes

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  9. 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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  10. 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).

    Thanks

    7 votes

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

    1 vote

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  13. I'm really often being frustrated with fonts not being active in Premiere pro when I restart my machine. Is there something that I am getting wrong here?

    Every time I have to go into fonts.adobe and deactivate them and reactivate them and the reappear. Please advise?

    1 vote

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  14. If we could have a way to access fonts as WOFF2 this would help with page speed when implementing them on websites. This could compress the file sizes by 30%.

    1 vote

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  15. As a project is worked on by several designers from the company, it would be nice if it were possible to download a file to save in the Documents Fonts folder so that, when clicking on this file, it would go directly to activating the font on the page. It could be an xml, for example.

    1 vote

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  16. Acumin needs to have curly quotes drawn for the face. It's such a great font but as someone who works in publishing, proper curly quotes are so critical!

    3 votes

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  17. 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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  18. I never use the Finnish translations in web or apps because it sucks and if I ever have a problem, it's hard to find help for it.

    I have English set as my language everywhere possible but it always defaults to Finnish on the website. It's annoying.

    The Finnish translation for Funky is "upea". In what world is that the same thing?? Really tells you about the quality of the translations.

    1 vote

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  19. Hi,

    Frutiger® by linotype font would be a massive upgrade to Adobe fonts. This font is commonly used for signage. This font should be in the top 10 of all designer fonts.

    Is there any chance that this font would be available on Adobe fonts soon?

    Thank you

    1 vote

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  20. As an enthusiastic user of your diverse range of fonts, I am writing to express a significant need for a specific language filter: Lithuanian. This language, although small in its number of speakers, carries a historical and cultural significance that is often underestimated.

    Lithuanian, belonging to the Baltic branch of the Indo-European languages, is often considered one of the oldest languages still in use today. It retains many archaic features, which are believed to be close to the original Proto-Indo-European language. This gives the Lithuanian language not only historical but also linguistic importance, as it provides valuable insights into the…

    1 vote

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