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Photoshop/Clariswork font display help

Posted on 1997-01-15
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Hope this isn't a stupid question but when I installed Photoshop 3 on my
Performa 6320 the pull down menu for Fonts in Clarisworks, that usually
displays the name of the font in the same way that it appears as you type
it, starts displaying the whole lot in something like Helvetica. You still
get the name of the font but you don't get to see what it looks like
before you use it. Am I missing something obvious here or is there a
perfectly simple solution to this problem? I been talking to other people around the globe who have Macs and they have encountered the same problem with fonts when both programs are installed.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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The problem is that the Photoshop installer installs a font menu util. You should be able to see it when you start up. It is only useful if you have tons of fonts, because it just speeds the building of the font menu. It you remove the extension you should be able to see ClarisWorks's cool font menu again. Don't worry, Photoshop can run just fine without it. I don't remember the name right now but I will look it up and post it here in a few days.
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