I recently wiped my computer clean and reinstalled Windows and all of my apps. I have used FontBase before without issue, but not it seems that when I “Add a Folder”, it only adds a small portion of the fonts.
I have my fonts separated into subfolders(see the screenshot). When I add the folder, I see the spinning circle letting me know that it’s working. Then I will see some pop-up messages letting me know that fonts are being added. And then it just stops. As you can see from the other screenshot, it only added fonts from 2 subfolders. There were no error messages.
Before reinstalling Windows, it worked fine. Nothing has changed in my font library folder. I didn’t add any fonts or anything. I keep them on Google Drive and just re-download them each time I reinstall my computer.
I have tried several times and it seems to keep stopping at the same point. It does seem to add all the fonts from these two subfolders. In other words, it does not seem to stop midway in 1 folder.
I guess I could technically add each subfolder individually, but I don’t particularly want to add 32 folders manually. Like I said, it worked perfectly before and I believe I was using the same version of Windows and FontBase because I am pretty OCD about getting updates.
- Your operating system
- Windows 10 Home
- Operating system version
- Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3530.0
- FontBase version
- What actions caused the issue
- Adding a folder
- If possible, attach a screenshot