font not working

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Sep 22, 2017 Sep 22, 2017

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I buy or get free font bundles, in one bundle there was a font called Watermelon smile and Watermelon smile Fancy which in font book has a "regular" in a subfolder.

It came with OTF or TTF ,I loade otf on both of the fonts.

I opened a new file and started making a design with text and picked the watermelon smile fancy, regular is shaded out, I am not able to pick anything like bold or thin. I hit letters and they all look like small letter cased regular print, not fancy even though I have selected the fancy font.

I tried to copy and paste from font book the fancy small letter I wanted but it pastes it like it is the watermelon smile, not watermelon smile fancy.

So, I see it in font book but its not doing it in photoshop. IS there anything I am missing?

Thanks for the help

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Sep 23, 2017 Sep 23, 2017

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I do this google download Watermelon font

https://www.google.com/search?q=download+Watermelon+font&oq=download+Watermelon+font&aqs=chrome..69i...

Google finds 20,700,000 hits how do we find the needle in this haystack? It is a BIG stack.

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I am also curious to know that whether we can use fancy fonts for Instagram posts or not while designing posts on Photoshop?

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