Type 1 Fonts will soon no longer work on Adobe Products – Type 1 fonts (also known as PostScript, PS1, T1, Adobe Type 1, Multiple Master, or MM) introduced in 1984 by Adobe. #fonts #Adobe #type1fonts
Type 1 Fonts will soon no longer work on Adobe Products
According to Adobe, Users will no longer have the ability to author content using Type 1 fonts beginning January 2023. Until that time, users will be able to work with their Type1 fonts without any change.
In some cases, that will force designers, print shops, etc. to rebuy fonts to newer formats or find ways to convert them. However, Adobe adds Many fonts published by Adobe Type in the past (such as Adobe Originals) are available from the Adobe Fonts service for free with your Creative Cloud subscription. Perpetual licenses for these and other OpenType format fonts published by Adobe are available for purchase. They also add, you may contact who you purchased the fonts from for updates.
After this time, these fonts will appear as missing and no longer will work or be accessed in the Adobe product lines.
Also note, Adobe Photoshop already stopped supporting Type 1 fonts in 2021.
Learn more: helpx.adobe.com/fonts/kb/postscript-type-1-fonts-end-of-support.html
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