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I am hoping there will be an easy-to-use feature on the final Affinity Publisher to upload fonts as I am finding the available fonts quite restrictive on the current Beta.
(It would be even better if the feature would be added to the next Beta update... but I expect that is wishful thinking haha)

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All installed fonts are available to Affinity Publisher. There is no need for it to do anything to make them available. What you need to do is download and install them.

I presume that MacOS is no different to Windows regarding this. 


AMD A10-6800K, with Radeon HD Graphics 4100 GHz

8 Gb on Windows 10 64-bit build 17763.316 •  My Free OpenType Fonts

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Presumably, the OP would like access to Google fonts as in some applications...

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I find it distracting myself and shut off the category (turned it back on for the screen shot).


My computer is a nothing-special Toshiba laptop with unremarkable specs running Windows 10 64-bit.

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On 4/3/2019 at 2:16 PM, Bhikkhu Pesala said:

All installed fonts are available to Affinity Publisher. There is no need for it to do anything to make them available. What you need to do is download and install them.

I presume that MacOS is no different to Windows regarding this. 

I have American Typewriter installed on my system (Windows 10), but Publisher doesn't recognise it.  Is there some way to install it in Publisher?

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4 hours ago, Anairb said:

I have American Typewriter installed on my system (Windows 10), but Publisher doesn't recognise it.  Is there some way to install it in Publisher?

The 6-font bootleg version of American Typewriter is completely messed-up.
There are multiple problems with the fonts naming fields; duplicates, wrong info., etc.
So if these are the fonts you have, they would need to be fixed to work properly in many apps.

Easy to tell - the real fonts have Std or Pro in the font names.
And many OpenType features.

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