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    Viewing fonts in ACDSee 10?

    Okay, I got my ACDSee working again (yay!), EXCEPT (why does there always have to be an except) I can't view my fonts now. They just have that ACDSee eyeball-looking-symbol thingie, with ttf on it. How do I see fonts again?
    Thanks - I really appreciate having a place to ask all you knowledgeable people!

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    I can't see them in the Mac version of ACDSee Pro either.
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  3. Hmmm... not sure why that is happening, but you could try this:

    Go to Tools > File Associations > Set File Associations.
    I have mine set to All Image File types.

    Also make sure that the fonts are on a hard drive/CD that is connected to the computer.

    Hope this works for you!
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    My Mac version doesn't even have that option available, I can't see my fonts either...
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    Well, this has worked out - since all my stuff is on an EHD (Windows/fonts is in C:, and I'm always afraid to touch things in there), I made a folder and just copied the fonts into it. Tagged them just like any other element and now they show up.

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    well, it looks like the Mac version doesn't support the type files but I don't really need it....
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