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Uninstall ESRI fonts MAC from Photoshop and Illustrator

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Jun 21, 2020

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I tried the ArcGIS Mapping extension for Adobe (Mac), but I thought I got rid of all of it. But I still get all the ESRI mapping fonts (used by ArcGIS) showing up when I want to choose a font. I cannot find these fonts in FontBook (or anywhere else).

I tried to get info from "doc info" in Illustrator about the location of the fonts but nothing was displayed- only "". I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Photoshop - no luck. I tried searching cloud fonts to unistall-and nothing. Can you help me get rid of all the ESRI mapping fonts?

Finally got rid of them!

You have to use Terminal. (Applications/Utilities)

Paste in: cd /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/Application\ Support/Adobe/Fonts/

Your HD might be a different name.

Type     ls -al

All of the esri fonts should be listed.

Type   sudo rm es*

Supply your password and those fonts should be gone.

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Uninstall ESRI fonts MAC from Photoshop and Illustrator

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Jun 21, 2020

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I tried the ArcGIS Mapping extension for Adobe (Mac), but I thought I got rid of all of it. But I still get all the ESRI mapping fonts (used by ArcGIS) showing up when I want to choose a font. I cannot find these fonts in FontBook (or anywhere else).

I tried to get info from "doc info" in Illustrator about the location of the fonts but nothing was displayed- only "". I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Photoshop - no luck. I tried searching cloud fonts to unistall-and nothing. Can you help me get rid of all the ESRI mapping fonts?

Finally got rid of them!

You have to use Terminal. (Applications/Utilities)

Paste in: cd /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/Application\ Support/Adobe/Fonts/

Your HD might be a different name.

Type     ls -al

All of the esri fonts should be listed.

Type   sudo rm es*

Supply your password and those fonts should be gone.

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Finally got rid of them!

You have to use Terminal. (Applications/Utilities)

Paste in: cd /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/Application\ Support/Adobe/Fonts/

Your HD might be a different name.

Type     ls -al

All of the esri fonts should be listed.

Type   sudo rm es*

Supply your password and those fonts should be gone.

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THANK YOU! THAT WORKED!

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