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Photoshop fail to restart after changing font settings

Hi, I have a problem with photoshop, it won't start after I disabled a few fonts. I was just playing with the setting, there was no actual need for changing the fonts settings. But now photoshop won't even start... Is there a fast solution for this or do I have to remove it and install it again? fdfdfdf

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Hi,
It's hard to put the fonts back, especially if there are a lot of these... The best is to re-install your Photoshop...

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Using font from another application


Fonts from applications are installed in your font folder in windows and should be available to other applications installed.

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Overcoming Font Overload in Windows


We all like to install fonts however when the number gets above 1,000 your PC will start to SLOOOW down loads this will also slow down programs that use system fonts like Adobe Photoshop so it's a good idea to keep the number of installed fonts below 400. If you do this you will find your system and programs will start faster and run much smoother.
Does this mean you have to give up all your favorite fonts? Not necessarily... There are a few things you can do to have the best of both worlds. The best way is to use a fontmanager there are a few here are some of the best
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Bitstream Font Navigator (Corel)
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Speedup Photoshop CS2 use NexusFont with lots of fonts installed


Adobe Photoshop version CS2 and higher have a font preview option that will serious slow down your application if you have over 1,000 fonts installed in the windows fonts folder, simply uncheck this option in the type preferences.

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I suggest that you install Xiles NexusFont FREE font manager to preview the fonts that you might like to use this will allow you to preview the typeface in Bold and Italics.

This way you can have as many fonts that you want installed I have over 5,000 and still have Photoshop running as normal without this little tweak even with a P4 with bags of RAM you will fail.

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Its also a good idea to use Microsoft Font Validator in an attempt to find broken fonts this will give you a report on the glyphs and metrics for each suspicious font that you add tot he GUI, if you have over 1,000 fonts leave this running overnight.

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Its also a good idea to save the workspace so that you can enter is again later



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How to import fonts to photoshop?


  1. Regardless of the source, download the font and save it in a fonts folder on your hard drive.
  2. Step 2 Double-click the fonts folder and choose "File." You should be able to select "Install New Font" at this point.
  3. Step 3 Find the fonts you want to install. They may be on a CD or in a folder on your hard drive. When you download fonts from an online site, save them in a place that is easy to access when you install them in Windows.
  4. Step 4 Highlight the TrueType or OpenType font you wish to install and click "Ok." This will complete the installation. Programs, such as Photoshop will automatically incorporate the new font in the list provided by the program.
  5. Step 5 Go to the start menu and select "Settings." Open your control panel. In Windows XP, the control panel will be in the start menu. There is no need to look for "Settings" first.

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I ve downloaded one font type(PS) but i do not know how to install in photoshop...how to run a downloaded file


if it is an installer just run and install it . probably you will have to choose the director to install it ...
but if it sn't ..just copy it into the font folder inside the photoshop installation folder in program files or whatever you keep the director...if you got it installed in a folder already ..
if not ..the default location will be in the program files.. photoshop... fonts folder..

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I want new adobe fonts in my adobe photoshop cs4. how can i have one?


Have you been looking on the manual online :
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/Photoshop/11.0/

Try to look under fonts here:
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/Photoshop/11.0/WSECD532BA-A34D-494b-BF39-8A583667413Ca.html

They write here: All OpenType fonts can also be installed and usedalongside PostScript Type 1 and TrueType fonts.For more information on OpenType fonts, see www.adobe.com/go/opentype.

You might also like the video tutorials online in their help and support center:
http://www.adobe.com/support/photoshop/?promoid=DRHXB

HERE IS A GUIDE ONLINE HOW TO DO IT :

http://forums.adobe.com/message/2184783

HOPE THATS HELPS :O)

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