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Has this issue been resolved?

I use a font manager and I have not yet added these fonts to automatically load when the the design file is opened. Whether this would still be a problem with out using a font manager I don't know.

1. When the file is opened there is a popup that identifies the missing fonts and it disappears quickly.

2. In the character panel there is a missing fonts option that also identifies the missing fonts.

3. The problem is that those displays only identify the family typeface name and not the individual font names (bold, italic, etc)

4. So my images show three missing fonts of the Source Sans Pro typeface. There are 12 individual fonts that belong to this typeface. How am I supposed to identify outside of trial and error of loading fonts one by one to see which ones are used?

I will submit this as a request if it has not been fixed yet . . .


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Until the font family with the available styles is installed it won't identify it in the style dropdown menu. The Source Sans Pro collection takes up around 2.2MB and shouldn't cause any issues with a font manager/OS once installed you'll also have access to the other styles as well.

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