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Announcement - Support for authoring with Postscript Type 1 fonts to end in January 2023.

Hi Everyone,

 

Adobe has planned to end support for authoring with Type 1 fonts (PostScript) in January 2023

 

For all of you that are currently using Type 1 fonts, see this article created by the Adobe Fonts team for more information.

 

The following excerpt from the linked document should help provide the rationale behind this decision:

 

While the use of Type 1 fonts is still supported by some operating systems, it is not supported in many environments crucial to modern platforms, including web browsers and mobile OSes. The lack of support for Unicode information in Type 1 fonts also limits their ability to support extended language character sets.

 

While you can continue authoring with Type 1 fonts until January 2023, we encourage you to transition to OpenType format fonts in the interim to avoid any issues when support ends.

 

Do let me know if you have any questions or concerns here, and I will share them with the product team for their observations.

 

Thanks,

Harshika

Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:


➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads.

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

Adobe Employee , Feb 01, 2021 Feb 01, 2021
Announcement - Support for authoring with Postscript Type 1 fonts to end in January 2023.

Hi Everyone,

 

Adobe has planned to end support for authoring with Type 1 fonts (PostScript) in January 2023

 

For all of you that are currently using Type 1 fonts, see this article created by the Adobe Fonts team for more information.

 

The following excerpt from the linked document should help provide the rationale behind this decision:

 

While the use of Type 1 fonts is still supported by some operating systems, it is not supported in many environments crucial to modern platforms, including web browsers and mobile OSes. The lack of support for Unicode information in Type 1 fonts also limits their ability to support extended language character sets.

 

While you can continue authoring with Type 1 fonts until January 2023, we encourage you to transition to OpenType format fonts in the interim to avoid any issues when support ends.

 

Do let me know if you have any questions or concerns here, and I will share them with the product team for their observations.

 

Thanks,

Harshika

Adobe Employee , Apr 08, 2020 Apr 08, 2020
Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:


➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads.

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

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