Dec 27, 6: Dec 27, Pages did see it. Windows Type 1 PostScript – Paired fonts with. Only the Adobe apps will be able to use them, and only if you place them specifically in the location noted. It’s never been a free font. May check at the Mac store to see if they know anything about it.
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Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop and Bridge. Kurt’s the Ittc on Fonts All Windows Type 1 fonts consist of two files for one complete typeface. What are the full names of the files you downloaded?
Tempus Sans ITC – Free Font –
I chose it and typed a few lines and it works fine. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question.
Tried it in Keynote and it works there also. Dec 27, 2: View answer in context. If so, that’s the problem. I no longer have this on my IMac but I fkr being a true type font there would be a Mac version. This particular font is Dorchester Script MT. I was hoping someone else might have found a site that would have it. Found the font in the Adobe Bridge Font Book. Just type it into my browser? Reply Helpful Thread reply – more tejpus Link to this Post.
You must have both sanw order for the font to work. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: That is where I put Tempus. Dec 27, 1: There is, but it doesn’t work with Maverick. I’m curious if you picked up Windows Type 1 PostScript fonts. Whatever font type they may actually be, is that where you put Tempus?
Tempus Sans ITC Regular font
When I tried it by starting a new fir in Pages and went to choose a ssans, Tempus Sans was in the listing. Dec 26, 2: But like practically every font ever made, you can find just about any typeface out there on “free fonts” sites. User profile for user: Dec 27, 6: Happy New Year, and really appreciate all your help,and Ralph’s too.
I had spent several days trying to download it and was about to give up before I went to the Forum.
Posted on Dec 26, 1: It’s never been a free font. Only the Adobe apps will be able to use them, and only if you place them specifically in the location noted. How will that help? From my font article: