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Publisher need an own / private font directory


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Like InDesign and Illustrator, Publisher would benefit from a own (private) font directory. If you work with a lot of fonts you don't want them to be installed. But with a watched folder you can access the fonts you need for the current projects. It would help font developers too to test the fonts with Affinity products too.

the directory path could be .../Affinity/Common/Fonts - in future Designer and Photo could access them too.

 

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14 hours ago, Wireman said:

On the top line of the font selector there are four options: All, Recent, Used and Favourites. I think the fourth one might be what you are looking for.

 

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We need a fifth option to be a checkbox filter to show or hide font types such as Serif, San-Serif, Mono, because there are tons of fonts and when I need a San-Serif which is almost always I hate having to sift through all fonts.

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