6 Replies Latest reply on May 21, 2018 5:24 AM by Rileybug



      In my old Lightroom program there were several script fonts that I could use for my watermarks.  I just upgraded to the newest version of Lightroom Classic, but all the watermark fonts are in block letter form.  Are there any fonts in LR Classic that are in script form?

        • 1. Re: Watermarks
          WobertC Adobe Community Professional

          Which font are you trying to use?

          Lightroom normally uses the installed System fonts. (but maybe True-type only? )

          Has your OS been updated recently with a different font list?



          • 2. Re: Watermarks
            Rileybug Level 1

            Thanks, Wobert C... I was using Edwardian Script, but I purchased a new computer and had Adobe download the newest version of LR Classic, so now, not only is the Edwardian Script missing, but the fonts are very different from what I had on my older version.  Seems like they would definitely have offer a font that's script rather than block.  My old computer had a windows 7 OS and the new one is Windows 10.

            • 3. Re: Watermarks
              JimHess Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              I'm using Windows 10. I quickly glanced through the fonts I have available for watermarks, and I have at least five different ones. However, I don't see Edwardian as one of them. I wonder if fonts are dependent perhaps on other software (I don't know). For example, I wonder if my fonts were derived from my installation of Microsoft Office.

              • 4. Re: Watermarks
                F. McLion Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                I have Edwardian Script ITC on my Windows 10 PC. I also have Office 365 installed. I can not tell you where the font is coming from

                • 5. Re: Watermarks
                  WobertC Adobe Community Professional

                  Yes, I have 'Edwardian Script ITC' font in my Windows-10 and it shows in the Watermark editor.

                  Have you tried looking at your system fonts? Just type "fonts" on the Windows Start screen for the Control Panel folder of fonts. Maybe mine also came from a MS-Office install.

                  • 6. Re: Watermarks
                    Rileybug Level 1

                    Hmm..I also have windows 10 and Office 365 installed, but I just don't have the fonts I had before and there are no scripts fonts, only block letter fonts.  I don't know if there are other fonts out there that I'm missing, but I don't have nearly as many choices of font that I used to have with the old system. Very frustrating.  I may have to call Adobe.