Font Addiction

:man_facepalming:

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Nice.

Just sayin’.

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Oh no that’s a good bundle. I am trying to quit. I have so many fonts…

but that’s really a nice bundle.

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We all knew you would… as the rest of us are grabbing it up too.

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Use word mark? Then you can search the font you choose in inkscape.

raises hand

whips hand down to slap that font right off your design

Have a wisp of originality, people! Everyone needs to get off these fonts, they are awful.

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For everyone buying this, check the folder for the “Aervish-604653” font and you’ll probably find the wrong “Afattal” font there instead. (Unless they selectively messed with just my bundle and gave you all the right stuff lol.) And no, the Aervish font isn’t in the Afattal folder either. :confused:

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Yup, mine is the same. Have you emailed them?

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Tritto :-/ I probably would have noticed… eventually

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Yes, got this response today.


\ 40x40 Brittany (Creative Fabrica)

Nov 5, 2020, 15:52 GMT+2

Thanks for reaching out to us about this! I wanted to let you know that we have updated the file for the font Aervish. We apologize for any inconvenience. It is located within Download 3 so you can download this file again to get the updated version.

I hope this helps but please let me know if you have any questions!

Thanks,

Brittany

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I use wordmark.it all the time. Way quicker to find the font I want to use when I can look at the text I’m doing a page of fonts at a time.

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I love Wordmark! So much easier to see them all on one screen and it’s nice to be able to select individual fonts to compare.

There are also apps that will let you browse uninstalled fonts so you don’t have to load all of them up… helps keep your font menu under control.

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Oh wow, didn’t know that! That’ll be super helpful.

Yeah I haven’t vetted any of them but here’s one for Windows:

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Dude - I just installed this and it’s SO cool!

I bought it also… I am a sucker for fonts… although it is a dumpsterfire of zip files and subdirectories.
Is there linux / unix expert on here who can tell me what to do to copy just the *.ttf files to 1 folder without subdirectories so I can mass import them? :slight_smile:

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You need Fontbase :slightly_smiling_face:, it’s free.

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THANK YOU!! :joy: :joy:

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Once again, it all seems to be all about the base. Thanks for the fontbase!

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Without downloading it, do you know how it differs from FontBook that is included with Mac iOS?