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outandouter says

I recently shifted to Mac and I’m having some trouble with the fonts.

I was working on a game project on Flash in Windows previously. I had a couple of custom fonts installed that I was using.

Everything is running fine on Mac but I can’t seem to get the custom fonts running. I download the fonts, install them, they appear in Font Book but I can’t see them in Flash nor in TextEdit(I’ve tried restarting the apps a number of times).

I’m using Lion. (Mountain Lion is being downloaded. 2.53GB / 4.34; we have slow connection here).

Oh, and by the way, I’m loving my new Mac.

Also, for the reference, here is the font that I’m trying to use. Its free so you can try it out as well.

http://www.dafont.com/font-comment.php?file=grobold
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Joost Moderator says

That’s odd, I’m getting the same behaviour for that font! That’s the way I always installed fonts, though. Perhaps it’s hiding in the font list under a different name? Font Book calls it “GROBOLD” though.

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outandouter says

Ha. Just tried it now and it worked perfectly fine. The Mac just needed a reboot, I think.

Anyways, thanks!

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Joost Moderator says

Glad it worked out for you – Grobold didn’t appear for me yet, even after a reboot, though :P I’ll see if it ever shows up..

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