Are you talking about Typekit fonts which you choose from the the Creative Cloud Desktop > Fonts and select from the Typekit website?
I don't believe that you can control those fonts with font utilities. When the fonts are loaded onto your computer, they are stored is a special, hidden location. If you logout from Creative Cloud with your Adobe ID, they are removed from your computer.
Yes I am talking about the Typekit fonts from the desktop application. What I am trying to do is create a standard set of fonts, available to all members of my team on the cloud in a separate folder so we know which ones are from the cloud and force all users to use these to aviod future font issues. Adobe and Extensis both claim this is possible.
**PS pretty sure they can't hide fonts on my computer.
They are hidden unless you know where and how to look for them.
Umm care to share?
Keep in mind that just because they are currently handled as I wrote that article, that it's highly likely that that may change in future versions of InDesign.
Sorry for the confusion here. Right now, copying the font files that are synced to your computer to another folder isn't allowed by our terms of service.
If multiple people wish to use the fonts, each of them should have a Typekit account and sync the fonts from their account.
You can find out more about how this licensing works here: http://help.typekit.com/customer/portal/articles/1341590-typekit-font-licensing
I hope this helps. In the future, if you have specific questions about Typekit, you can reach us directly here: email@example.com