Hey, I am hoping that someone can help me out with this current issue that I have run into after installing Snow Leopard on my machine. It is really the first complaint I have since I put the OS in on the 28th and I am just having time to sit down and toy around with it and I discovered this issue. When I was playing around in a few Adobe applications, specifically Flash, it warned me when opening a project that I was missing a few fonts form the project and that they would be substituted. Going into my font Library I looked for the fonts that it said were missing and confirmed that they STILL EXISTED in the folder. After double checking, I realized that a lot of my fonts were missing from the application. After opening Word 2008, I noticed that a lot of my fonts missing from Word as well. I shut down Word and tried rebuilding the Font Cache by dragging the Word font cache file out to the desktop but Word did not rebuild it's font menu with the missing fonts. Here's where it gets interesting. When opening an Apple application like Mail, all of my fonts that are present in the font folder show up. This is INCLUDING all of the fonts that are missing in Adobe and Word. Opening a program like Adium also shows that all of the fonts are there. Is there any reasoning behind this?? How can I go about attempting to fix this issue? How do I get Word and Adobe to identify ALL of my fonts in my font folder? I did not have this issue with Leopard. Suggestions are welcome. I am going to try to boot into 32-bit Snow Leopard and see if that fixes the issue or not in case part of the issue is with Adobe and Word running in 64-bit. If that solves the issue, I will just run in 32-bit if it gives me my fonts back.