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Subject: Re: Font used on Adobe stock photos





Issue
Text in Bridge Center or in Stock Photo is displayed in a strange or unreadable font.

Solutions
1. If the problem text is in Bridge Center, ensure that you have the Arial or Sans Serif font installed and active on your computer.
2. If the problem text is in Stock Photo, do the following:
A. On Windows:
1. Ensure that you have the fonts Lucida Grande and Tahoma installed and active on your computer.
2. Quit out of Bridge.
2. Delete the Adobe Stock Photos folder located in the Windows system temp folder for the user (typically in [hard drive]Document and Settings[username]Local SettingsTemp).
3. Restart Bridge to rebuild the Stock Photos folder and its contents.
B. On Macintosh OS X:
1. Ensure that you have the fonts Lucida Grande and Tahoma installed and active on your computer.
2. Quit out of Bridge
3. Delete the Adobe Stock Photo folder located in your /private/tmp/501/TemporaryItems folder.

Note: the /private folder on the Macintosh is a hidden system folder, so you will need to use Terminal or a third-party utility to access the contents of this folder. To use Terminal to delete the Adobe Stock Photo folder, see Additional Information below.

Additional Information
To use Terminal to delete the Adobe Stock Photos folder in Macintosh OSX, do the following:
1. Launch Terminal from the Applications folder.
2. In Terminal, enter the following command to delete the Adobe Stock Photos folder: rm -R /private/tmp/501/TemporaryItems/"Adobe Stock Photos"
3. Hit return.

If you get a message that there is "no such file or directory," it may be necessary for you to navigate through your Macintosh directory structure in Terminal and confirm that the above path is accurate. For example, it is possible that the "501" folder in the tmp folder may be named with a different three-digit number. For more information on navigating within terminal consult the Terminal Help menu.

Background information
The UI is driven by the styles.css style sheet for Adobe Bridge. The style sheet defines the font as Arial or Sans Serif, if those are missing then a different font could be used.

The UI for Stock Photo is driven by the stockphoto.css, located in the Adobe Stock Photos directory, which is created when Bridge is started. The style sheet defines the font as Lucida Grande or Tahoma. The Adobe Stock Photos directory is removed and recreated when Bridge is started. If the folder or .css file became damaged you may have to manually delete the Adobe Stock Photos directory and its contents so that it will be rebuilt when Bridge is restarted.


Shane
Adobe Tech Support

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