Help! Does the font Klavika exist here?

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Jul 22, 2020

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I have a document that is asking for Klavika Condensed Medium Italic. When the missing fonts window appears in Indesign it says it is available from Adobe Fonts. I do a search and I'm not so lucky! What is the deal with this? Please help.

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Adobe Employee , Jul 22, 2020
Dov Isaacs Adobe Employee , Jul 22, 2020
No members of the Klavika font family have ever been offered as part of the Adobe Fonts service. I don't know why InDesign would claim otherwise.   Assuming that you don't have Klavika Condensed Medium Italic installed on your system and you don't otherwise have a license for it, you would need to license the font from the foundry that distributes the Klavika font family, Process Type Foundry at https://processtypefoundry.com/fonts/klavika-condensed/.  

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Moved to the Adobe Fonts community. This is not a general Fonts & Typography issue.

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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No members of the Klavika font family have ever been offered as part of the Adobe Fonts service. I don't know why InDesign would claim otherwise.

 

Assuming that you don't have Klavika Condensed Medium Italic installed on your system and you don't otherwise have a license for it, you would need to license the font from the foundry that distributes the Klavika font family, Process Type Foundry at https://processtypefoundry.com/fonts/klavika-condensed/.

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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