If you’re having font problems in Adode Creative Cloud after upgrading your Mac to macOS Monterey, you’re not alone. Follow below to fix the error loading Adobe Fonts.
As more people switch to macOS Monterey – by choice or when downloading new Apple Silicon MacBook Pro laptops – some Adobe CC users find a frustrating font error.
With this problem, when you try to manage fonts, Adobe CC freezes to “Load Adobe Fonts”.
How to fix error loading Adobe Fonts on macOS Monterey
Detailed on the Adobe Support Community Forum, user defaultiwv19aq8h7r3 found a solution after trying everything that came to mind.
If you haven’t already, you might want to try these steps first:
- Make sure your WiFi / Internet connection is working
- Sign out and re-engage with Adobe CC
- Run the uninstaller of Adobe CC and select Fix instead of Uninstall
- If the repair fails, uninstall the Adobe CC macOS applications and reinstall them
- If you still see the Loading Adobe Fonts error, a solution that works for some users is to use the Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner tool to access hidden Creative Cloud Removal tool.
- Follow these steps to get to the CC Cleaner> CC Removal tool.
Adobe forum user Jimmy Ganley described in detail what to expect when using this troubleshooting method:
There is a special tool that is linked above to the “Adobe Remover” tool, which works differently than a repair or cleaning tool. Essentially, the removal tool deletes all Adobe files on your computer that are not affected by the repair or cleaning tool. It’s bad because your workspace and settings return to the default values, but it solved the same problem I have for you.
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