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What changed on your system?
...i installed a free font browser http://www.sharewareconnection.com/font-browser.htm, and it crashed on me when i tried to look at properties of multiple fonts (my mistake) and i vaguely remember it saying something about an "adobe reader" problem, i cant remember exactly...(i selected about 200+ fonts and was trying to figure out exactly how many i selected to archive for myself, and ended up popping up over 200 properties windowes of these fonts... thats when i got the "adobe reader" msg)...i didnt have to restart or anything. the browser itself works fine otherwise, that was the only problem, i havent had any other crash's since premiere was working, or installed anything else i can think of...
do you think this is my problem?
i have also intalled a bunch of new fonts sucsessfully,
Often faulty fonts cause this behavior. Time to reformat your hard disk and do a complete fresh install of system and software.
OMG is this the only option??
is there not a way to restore the fonts to the default?? or is it something beyond the actual font files... system reg etc?
its strange how its not effecting the other adobe apps.
thanks for you help!!
i cant believe this is the best option!?!
you could try removing the fonts that you just loaded. If that doesn't work, remove the font browser. Still no luck, go back to restore point before the problem started.
Thanks Phil, I'm going to try the restore point!
i ended up just removing all my newest fonts.
strange how this only effected premier and not my other adobe software.
The Titler module in PP has a few weaknesses, that most other Adobe programs seem to get around. It is delicate, where fonts are concerned. More so than PS, InDesign or Illustrator. Why? I don't know.
You might try reloading each new font, one at a time, and check PP. When it crashes, you have likely found the curlpit, or one of them.
Another way to address the fonts is to use a progam, like Extensis Font Doctor, to repair (if possible) the corrupt font(s). Or, one could just forego use of that/those font(s).
Good luck, and glad you're up and running,
Thanks Guys! I had the same exact issue. It was due to one lousy font. This thread just saved my life. I only wish I checked the forum before reinstalling the entire CS3 suite.