Please include the flowing when reporting a bug:
Your operating system MacOS Ventura
Operating system version 13.5
FontBase version 2.18.1
What actions caused the issue Updating to CC 2024 (Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop etc)
If possible, attach a screenshot
I have hundreds of projects I’m archiving and urgently need auto-activation to work when I open the files, individually activating every font for every document is simply not an option.
How do I get it working again for the latest Adobe updates?
@bpk101, thank you for your post
This issue has been coming up recently, here’s the latest information on it:
@cakinci, thank you for your post and copying it twice in different topics
As you can see in FontBase’s Settings page, the 2024 Adobe plugins are not yet available. We’ve been trying to remedy the situation, but, as the post above mentions, currently there is no deadline as to when the updated plugins can be available.
Unfortunately it is hard to agree with your last statement, we’ve always been very clear about what functionality FontBase provides and what it doesn’t, therefore i…
The same thread also contains a workaround one of the users found for PS and IL, perhaps in could be helpful in the meantime:
I’ve been using fontbase on illustrator 2024 and photoshop 2024 without problems on windows 11
by forcing the plug-in folder for the 2023 version to the new plug-in folders. It doesn’t work on inDesign, but at least there is just 1 duplicate app instead of 3
I know it shouldn’t work like this, but heck… at least it works.
Hope that it can benefit someone and the only blame on fontbase’s side is that you should have sent an e-mail to the subscribers or a forum post anticipating that you are pl…
Hope this helps,
FontBase Dev Team
In terms of the workaround I’ve tried it but fonts are still not auto-activating in Illustrator CC 2024.
Have I pointed FontBase to the correct plug-ins folder?
Incidentally I’m on a MacBook M2 (if indeed M1 relates to the Mac processor).