I have far fewer fonts showing up in all my Adobe programs (Animate v21.0.3, Photoshop v22.2, etc) than I do in MS Word or other apps on my Mac Mini (new M1 chip), OS11.2.
I want to use Century Gothic in Animate, and it's not in the list, and yes, I've tried typing the first few letters of the font name. I have maybe half as many fonts available in Animate and Photoshop than I do in MS Word, for example.
When I installed the Adobe programs (Photoshop, Illustrator, Animate), they all gave warnings that I was installing the old Intel versions of the programs, not an updated version for the new M1 chip - could this be the issue? Thanks.
Not sure if you found the answer already, but for those who also experience this issue, here is what worked for me:
The file syncing was not running at all for any Adobe program on my new M1 Mac, so none of my fonts were loading. It turned out the problem was that there were older versions of the Adobe programs (like 2017) installed on the computer that were transfered over when I transfered my user info. The Adobe support team helped me completely uninstall and delete all the Adobe programs/files off my computer and do a fresh re-install. That did the trick, and now I am able to use and access my activated Adobe fonts in all programs. 🙌
What were the steps to remove the files?