Installing Adobe Typekit fonts in CS6.

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May 22, 2019

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Hi! I have Creative Suite CC and Creative Suite 6 on two different machines. I want to use an Adobe Font (Sofia) on both machines. Uploads and works fine in CC, but can't see how to download for Creative Suite 6. Can I use the font with CS6? The tech people sent me here, claiming they can't help.

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As fonts come with CC they are clearly bound to CC. It may be that some fonts come also with a free Adobe id. Those can probably be installed on any computer.

Technically, it would be no problem to copy the font files to a different computer.

CC can be installed on 2 computers but not used concurrently. I suppose this rule includes also the fonts for as long they are not web fonts where probably the limits are differing from the CC applications use.

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Installing Adobe Typekit fonts in CS6.

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Hi! I have Creative Suite CC and Creative Suite 6 on two different machines. I want to use an Adobe Font (Sofia) on both machines. Uploads and works fine in CC, but can't see how to download for Creative Suite 6. Can I use the font with CS6? The tech people sent me here, claiming they can't help.

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As fonts come with CC they are clearly bound to CC. It may be that some fonts come also with a free Adobe id. Those can probably be installed on any computer.

Technically, it would be no problem to copy the font files to a different computer.

CC can be installed on 2 computers but not used concurrently. I suppose this rule includes also the fonts for as long they are not web fonts where probably the limits are differing from the CC applications use.

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When you activate a font in Typekit or Adobe Fonts the Creative Suite application downloads the OTF file and installs it in a hidden directory. The font file is on your computer but it is in a place only CC apps know to look.

There are ways to locate the file, make it visible, and install it as a normal font. I do not know if Adobe approves of this action, although I bet they don’t. I will wait for a response from an actual Adobe person before I continue. As always, GIYF.

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Mac!

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It’s possible, but you are probably not licensed to use the font on a second computer without CC.

Discussion successfully moved from InDesign to Adobe Fonts (formerly Typekit)

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Everything can be installed on two machines though the software itself can only be used on one at a time. I do not believe that using the fonts in non CC apps would violate any license.

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As fonts come with CC they are clearly bound to CC. It may be that some fonts come also with a free Adobe id. Those can probably be installed on any computer.

Technically, it would be no problem to copy the font files to a different computer.

CC can be installed on 2 computers but not used concurrently. I suppose this rule includes also the fonts for as long they are not web fonts where probably the limits are differing from the CC applications use.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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