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Adobe can you create a palette that will save favorite typefaces?

Feb 17, 2014 3:16 PM

How awesome would it be to have a palette across CC where favorite fonts can be saved. Along with that have filters such as: serif, san serif, bold, condensed, script, ect. This could be a huge time saver and I think designers everywhere would love it. Any one else agree?

  • JJMack
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    Feb 17, 2014 3:33 PM   in reply to BearHNC

    Your append belongs in Adobe Feedback site not here in a user forum. We can not change Photoshop. Here is the link to Adobe site for that type of append.

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    Feb 17, 2014 5:39 PM   in reply to BearHNC

    Do you mean something other than what you can already do with tool presets or type styles?

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    Feb 17, 2014 11:45 PM   in reply to BearHNC

    It's a reasonable request, especially since Adobe is already starting to go down this road. InDesign CC has a font menu feature where there's a star next to every font name, and if you click the star you mark that font as a favorite. At the top of the InDesign font menu are filter icons for favorite fonts and TypeKit fonts, so if you click the favorites filter the font menu will only display the fonts you marked as favorites. (Illustrator also has a font menu filter, but right now it doesn't do favorites.)

    BearHNC wrote:


    ...along with that have filters such as: serif, san serif, bold, condensed, script, ect...

    Adobe Muse has a useful filter like that for easier browsing through TypeKit fonts before you add them to the Font menu.


    So Adobe is already doing a form of the features you're asking for, so when you make your request on the feedback site you will want to make a case for having Adobe extend those existing features into other CC apps like Photoshop.

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  • Trevor Dennis
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    Feb 18, 2014 12:07 AM   in reply to Conrad Chavez

    Typekit is an excellent facility if you have a full CC subscription.  A great font manager, font sync across any computer you are logged into and has an Internet connection.  A favourites page and some of the best real world fonts out there.


    I don't know what sort of access you get to look round without being signed in


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