Font Management in OS X, by Kurt Lang

This article deals with font usage in OS X Panther 10.3.x through Snow Leopard 10.6.x. It’s main purpose is to show you where fonts are located on your system and which can be removed. The idea being to keep your fonts as lean as possible and to a…

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This article deals with font usage in OS X Panther 10.3.x through Snow Leopard 10.6.x. It’s main purpose is to show you where fonts are located on your system and which can be removed. The idea being to keep your fonts as lean as possible and to avoid font conflicts. These issues would benefit prepress operators and designers the most, but can clear up font issues for most users. If you are having problems getting the correct version of Helvetica, Courier or other fonts to show up in your applications, you are likely experiencing font conflicts.

Author: kOoLiNuS

♂, Italian, male, husband, dad of a wonder, “cazzaro”, friendly, blogger, motorcyclist, geek, avid reader, sysadmin, ICT consultant, curious. I come in peace… I'm an active social networker since 1999. I've been using WordPress sice 2004 and WordPress.com since 2006, and I'm currently involved in WordPress and WooCommerce communities in Bari, Apulia.

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