I recently used Adobe Fonts to activate a font for a Photoshop design project.
In the meantime, I acquired the OTF font files to integrate into the final app and naturally install them on my system (Windows 10.)
Since then, whenever I try to use the font in Photoshop I get an error: "A font could not be added due to a conflict".
I see this has been observed by others like here, or here, with the only solution being to NOT use a system font, which I find unacceptable...
- Deactivating the font: PS activates it again whenever it sees it
- Deactivating Adobe Fonts in the CC app: PS still lists CC fonts and refuses to list the system font
- Uninstalling and reinstalling the system font after deactivating Adobe Fonts: PS still only lists the CC font.
In the end I might end up just not installing it at system level, but this is a terrible solution. Adobe Fonts should be a hepful tool and in this case it's basically forcing me to chose between it and actual system wide use of a font outside of its scope.
Please add an option to remove a font from my list of active and previously active fonts.