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RobbyDesigns
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omg what a find! I’m not an affiliate, just so happy to have found this I wanted to tell you all. After all, we all have to install fonts and after a day of clicking ‘ok’, ‘ok’, ‘ok’ I spent an hour searching Google and eventually found this: http://www.vsisystems.com/autopushmybuttons.htm

The site looks pants but the product is a blessing – it can automatically click any button once you have ‘shown it where the button is’ (easy) then you just get it to click ‘ok’ everytime your PC nags that you already have that font installed then go play Call Of Duty 4 while it does all the clicking for you. I installed over 1,000 fonts whilst I watched ‘Westworld’. Love it.

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jonathan01
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Can’t you just drag and drop fonts into your font library – sorry so long since I used a windows machine.

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blabus
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Can’t you just drag and drop fonts into your font library – sorry so long since I used a windows machine.

Like you said, it’s a Windows machine. :D

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contempoinc
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I’d recommend using Extensis Suitcase to manage fonts. Installing them directly into your system fonts folder can potentially slow your machine down once you gain a decent size collection, and it just makes life easier not having to scroll through 5000 fonts in Photoshop, etc…all you see is what you need for that specific project.

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