I have an annual subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps. According to the "System and subscription requirements - TypeKit" page on the Adobe website I should have access to TypeKit's full font library for syncing. However, when I am logged into my adobe account and go to Typekit's font library, only select fonts are available. In some instances only a single font within a font family is available for syncing. The rest of the fonts are only available for purchase.
What is going on? Is this a problem with my subsctiption?
We talked about this over email, but for the forum history:
Some font families–such as Trajan–have a combination of fonts that are included in your subscription and fonts available to purchase from the Typekit Marketplace. Typekit Marketplace is a collection of fonts that you can purchase and add to your Typekit account alongside everything that's included in your subscription.
It isn't possible at this time to filter at the family level on what comes with your Creative Cloud subscription versus the Marketplace fonts, but we are looking at adding this feature in the near future. In the meantime, if you have any questions or need help finding a subscription font that fits your needs, please feel free to contact our team at email@example.com.
"It isn't possible at this time to filter at the family level on what comes with your Creative Cloud subscription versus the Marketplace fonts"
This is critical. I don't want to see Marketplace fonts, and presenting them wastes time when browsing.
Please, let users disable/enable Marketplace fonts, or make it a separate choice.
Another option would be to indicate which fonts are Marketplace fonts in the Typekit browser.