When i'm trying to use the text tool I get the 'Selected font failed during last operation' message.
How can i fix this?
deleted the font I added solved the problem!! 🙂
I got the same issue, I tried all the mentioned solution, to clear font cache, deleting CTfont Support folder etc.
But, again it was same.
So, I just uninstalled my Adobe Photoshop CC2020 (Windows 10 Pro)
But make sure you CHOOSE TO UNINSTALL WHILE KEEPING NO SETTINGS AND INETRFACE ETC.
then Restart the system,
While alrady logged in Adobe Creative Cloud
It shold fix this stubborn proble.
Unfortunately, this did not work for me either.
There's a simpler solution here. Go to typekit and deactivate the font that's causing the issue and then simply reacitvate it. Problem solved.
For Adobe Photoshop CC in windows 10.
Both are in the latest update.
I face the same problem today.
To fix it, same as @vladb 's answer.
here i see 2 adope photoshop files
i. 'Adobe Photoshop 2020'
ii. 'Adobe Photoshop 2021'
i am not sure which one should i delete so i rename both files by adding dot '.' in front of it.
when i run photoshop, the apps automatically create a new folder 'Adobe Photoshop 2020' in the same dir.
thanks sire @vladb !
All you need to do is disable the last few fonts you used in Creative Cloud Font Manager. Save your file. Then open CC Font Manager and reacivate the fonts. Open file. Done.
I got this issue and was unable to save my document because of it, after a short 10 minutes panic, I realised it was clearly related to the font I had recently actuvated from Adobe Fonts. So tried simply disactivating and reactivating the font and it fixed the issue.
I had this problem on Photoshop 2022. Nothing here worked. Fixed it by using "FontDoctor" to locate the corrupted fonts; deleted them. Demo version allows you to find them, just manually delete them. Then I had to delete adobe font cache;
User\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop 2022\CT Font Cache
I also deleted \AppData\Local\Adobe\TypeSupport\*cache*.lst
I deleted both, not sure if the last move helped or it was CT Cache, but either way