Do the fonts have correct creator, font family and so on information? if not, then that may be the issue, as it might prevent the font lists to be organized accordingly and then such fonts are ignored. Look into that. especialyl just for testing remove your own font and see if the otehrs show up, then remove one font at a time until everything works. You can than selectively add them back until you figure out what's wrong...
How do I check if the fonts have the correct creator and so on?
Anyway, I've spent the better part of today validating and removing suspect
fonts. Why does the right click choice for resolve duplicates and the
validate font behave completely differently in Font Book? I discovered that
when this is investigated further with the validate font command, I found I
had a massive amount of duplicates that according to font book cause minor
errors. I thought that would have been sorted out with the resolve duplicate
command, instead I ended up check marking and manually removing the fonts
that had minor errors.
I still have many commercial fonts plus my own font not showing up in
Illustrator or PhotoShop. If I copy and paste the font directly into
InDesign's font folder, my font shows up. I also tried removing my font to
see if this would fix any of the other problems. It doesn't. I did type in
my font name in the console dialog box and this message is displayed for
this font as well as mine and many others.
10-04-06 5:21:09 PM Font Book ##### ERROR: The font system thinks
is active, but the file no longer exists!
Then I went back to font book to check to see if it is there and it is
enabled. For my font the caution triangle appears with the multiple copies
of the font is installed. Resolving duplicates doesn't solve this problem.
Any ideas of how to fix this problem?