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Post by DVTVFilm » Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:08 pm

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Post by heyvern » Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:22 pm

Oh boy!

I don't know if this is the same problem you are experiencing... but I recently had a nightmare with fonts on my Mac. Some of my applications just would not access fonts that seemed to be installed properly.

It was not AS specific.

I eventually got it straightened out... uh... but I have absolutely no idea what I did to make it work. I was using the font book utility. I had fonts all over the place.... in the system... loaded from folders into font book... Classic fonts.... etc.

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Post by DVTVFilm » Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:53 pm

Yes, I don't get it, myself... Photoshop accesses every font I have as well as MSWord--but not ASP5.

If I move ASP5 off my G5 and onto my older iMac G4-- it sees all the fonts that are available...

Must be some way to fix this....

(and I also use FontBook to auto Install all me fonts...)

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Post by DVTVFilm » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:05 pm

It looks like the only fonts ASP5 can access are the ones that reside in the root path: MACINTOSH HD>LIBRARY>FONTS.

It seems it cannot read any fonts installed by a user in any other Library/Font folder, such as those created by other apps, and the Font Folder that is created by the MAC for an individual user (ie: your home/ID) when identities are initially created.

Moving a font into the MACINTOSH HD>LIBRARY>FONTS Folder is easy-- but is it wise? Shouldn't the default MAC supplied fonts be kept seperate from any USER installed fonts?

Perhaps a MAC Guru can weigh in on this...

But my question still goes unanswered as to why ASP5 can't access all the fonts residing on my MAC... (as PS and MSWord can...)

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Post by slowtiger » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:56 pm

Font handling in Mac OS X is a nightmare, and users around the world have sworn whole volumes over it. Helper applications like suitcase may help a bit, but only to a certain extent.

I don't do any font work in Moho, for this Flash is much better equipped. But I could test if Moho works with suitcase, when I get back to my work computer.
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Post by Lost Marble » Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:22 am

On the Mac, Anime Studio can only access fonts in:

/Library/Fonts

It will not find any fonts in your home folder.

This has to do with Anime Studio's cross-platform nature. The toolkit only expects fonts to be in a single folder, and isn't aware of the Mac's ability to put fonts in different places. This may be something we can address in the future, but for now it only uses what's in /Library/Fonts
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Post by heyvern » Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:51 am

I wonder if it would recognize a folder alias?

Put an alias of other font folders in THE font folder....

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Post by DVTVFilm » Thu Oct 05, 2006 1:20 pm

interesting idea---I'll try it...
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