- Jul 6, 2013
Hey, I keep my font on a separate drive outside of home/user directory. Always have. I use FontExplorer X to manage them. Always have. Never had any problems really. Recently upgraded from Mavericks to El Capitan only to find out that certain applications aren't dealing with any postscript fonts outside of the home/user directory. Adobe CC has it's own font technology, so this isn't a problem but other applications like Quark or Adobe CS6 and earlier, etc. do. FontExplorer 5 introduced a checkbox that will copy all the afflicted fonts to the home/user directory which I don't really want to do. I'd rather migrate my entire font library to home/user but that's not ideally for me. Extensis suitcase has a similar problem so it's more to do with how El Capitan deals with the fonts than a specific font management tool. Wondering if there might be any workarounds to deal with this so I don't have to move my entire font library?