I need to use the Adobe Photoshop font, "Palace Script MT" in an Adobe Creative Cloud app. How to I install this font in Creative Cloud? It is not there and it cannot find it if I search for it using the CC font finder. All that does is send me on a search excursion to foundries, etc., which is a huge waste of time. I already know and use the font I like, which is a regular installed PS font. I use this font in one of my imprints. But I tried to find it using the search font feature at CC, but it could not find it. I see no instructions anywhere on how to download Adobe Photoshop fonts which I neded to do to upload it to CC. (I think)
My PS is the latest version on Win. 11
This font is not available from Adobe fonts.
But I get the impression that you already have it installed, so what exactly is the issue?
I want this font, "Palace Script MT", which is an Adobe Photoshop font, installed in the Creative cloud to use it in an application there. How do I install this font in the Creative Cloud app? How do I import it from PS into Creative Cloud? That is the issue. I thought I explained that in my orginal post. Thanks.
Adobe fonts are installed in a hidden location that users don't have access to, so it's not possible to add other fonts to Creative Cloud.
Regular (non-Adobe) fonts that are installed on your computer can be used in any application, including Photoshop.
So if you have Palace Script MT installed, you should be able to use it in Photoshop.
I wanted to use it in CC; I already have it in PS. All you're telling me is it's not possble to use it in CC. I thought the Adobe family of products were able to commnicate with each other. I guess not. In short, I will not be able to use the CC app to enhance an imprint that I created PS using the same font I use there, because it's not an Adobe font. IOW, fonts imported in PS cannot be used in CC because CC fonts are Adobe-dedicated. Which is especially bizarre considering images can be imported. It gets worse, I did manage to find a Palace Script MT and got it imported but Adobe CC considers it a "premium" font and won't let me use it. It keeps throwing up a spash screen telling me I can use "Premium features" FREE while in Adobe CC Beta. Guess what? I WAS IN CC Beta. Just anotther f-cked-up day in AdobeWorld. And I already subscribe to two seperate products: PS and Adobe Acrobat Pro. This is how Adobe keeps you hostage to its psycho programs.
What is this CC app / CC beta you're talking about?
Please tell us the name of the application.
It might also help if you describe your workflow in detail, and explain what you are trying to achieve.
The Palace Script MT font is a Microsoft font that is supplied with Microsoft Office applications.