I have scoured the internet and threads for a viable solution to this problem. I am working on a Mac with the most updated Monterey iOS. I work in the creative field and it is imperative that my fonts load properly. Sadly, many of the font families that are activated on Creative Cloud don't show up properly in the "regular" or "book" typeface. The font is extremely condensed and words are on top of each other. I read that other people have had this problem and nothing seems to fix it. I've gone into Terminal and typed recommended codes. I've uninstalled and reinstalled after attempting to "clean" the cache, to no avail. Any ideas? Thanks
Thank you for reaching out. It looks like you're experiencing the similar issue mentioned here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-fonts-discussions/adobe-fonts-not-displaying-correctly-in-apple...
If so, then this is a known issue and the team is working with Apple to fix the issue.
Let me know if this is not a similar issue.
I am also having this problem... any word on a fix?
I haven't had this issue for a while now. Once I updated everything and Adobe pushed out their updates, the problem resolved a few months ago. Sorry I can't help any more than this. Good luck
I am also having this issue.
After running the Adobe CC Cleaner and uninstalling and reinstalling Adobe CC I still could not get CERTAIN fonts to show in Keynote, even though they would display in other native apps such as Sketch.
However, I had a co-worker make a Keynote slide with the fonts that would not display on my machine. I opened the single slide and the fonts worked and displayed in the fonts dropdown menu. Strange workaround to get an Adobe CC font to display in Keynote but it worked.
Running macOS Monterey 12.4.
Just adding a note that I am also seeing this issue on macOS Ventura 13.1. Fonts are downloaded and activated in CC, and they show up just fine in Adobe apps, Microsoft apps, and other creative apps I use. However, they do not show up in the font list in any Apple software like Pages or Keynote—not even in TextEdit! I'm on the latest Adobe CC version, latest macOS version, and I don't know what else to do.
Same here... won't show up.
Crazy... you just posted this 2 hours ago...
Having the same issue but was running Monterey—Updating now hoping that Ventrua would include a fix 😭
Just got a new Mac studio with Ventura on it and getting it all setup. Running into this exact issue when trying to use Keynote and my installed fonts. Has anyone found a solve for it?
I have the same issues on Ventura
Yeah, same issue here.
Same issue here!
Same issue here! The only workaround I've found is to start a PPT document, load up a few font samples, then open the file in Keynote. Then I pick up the style from the PPT sample and apply it to a text box in Keynote. At that point the font appears in the list and is fully available for use in Keynote.
This solution worked for me. I'm on Ventura.
Didn't work for me. WHen i open it in keynote it just shows up as a missing font.
Ventura 13.4.1, Keynote version 13.1 (7037.0.101)
Same for me... open the file, tells me I have a missing font. Look at the available fonts, and Source Serif Pro shows on the list with a red circled exclamation mark. I'm ok with Source Sans Pro. Have quit and reopened Keynote and Pages. Have quit and reopened Creative Cloud.
This is a problem because I need to use this font for a specific template.
We are having the same experience.
Another workaround I've found is to use the desired font in InDesign and then copy the text and paste it into the "Title Textbox" in Keynote. The font will now magically appear in the list. 🙂
Didn't work for me ...I'm on Monterey 12.5, ID 18.4, Keynote 13.0
Didn't work for me either. Ventura 13.4.1, Keynote version 13.1 (7037.0.101)