I realized few days ago that Montserrat in Photoshop looks different than on website, like when I was activating it in Adobe Fonts. It looks like Montserrat Alternative with the rounded capitals and crooked "e". I dont have this problem in any other Adobe app or any other software, just Photoshop. I tried to uninstall and install again the font (from Adobe Fonts as well as downloaded from web) and even tried to uninstall and install again Photoshop but nothing helped.
The only right Montserrat is only if I choose "regular", but then I cannot use "thin", "light" etc. versions 😞
Is there a way to repair it?
Hi. I wonder if maybe you already have Montserrat (or Alternatives) installed in any other part of your operating system, and if this is conflicting with it. I'm not sure how many places fonts are stored on Windows machines, but on Macs, there're many places to check.
Maybe these articles can help you find and search:
I'm getting this exact problem! I've noticed that some text boxes will only display the alternative version, while other text boxes in the same document may have no problem. Activating and deactivating the fonts does not help. My current work around is to copy a textbox that displays the correct version.
I am having the same issue for a long time, even unintalling the font and reinstall it again not helping me anyway! I found no solution anywhere on internet...! Someone please help! Montserrat is my most favorite font.
Same here... thought it was just me, but they have been like that for ages.. tried removing and installing both Montserrat and Montserrat Alternates (didn't actually have this installed to begin with)...
Has anyone found a solution??
I'm having the same issues - It's only Photoshop as Indesign displays the font fine.
I have also deleted Photoshops Font Cache, but did not work.
Does this for Montserrat from Google Fonts and from Adobe Fonts.
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Oh, Thank you so much, Tom Hartney!
This has solved the issue for me.