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Old 12-13-2006, 09:00 AM   #8
roaryg
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Font book is on all osx macs, in the applications folder, just launch and then under the file menu choose add fonts. Sometimes fonts will work with font book and not under suitcase for some reason. If it works in font book then probably it is a cache problem or a font conflict or something like that.

There is a utility called "font cache cleaner", I believe free but not sure where it comes from. Do a google. Perhaps also visit www.macfixit.com, it may be there, along with other answers to font problems.
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