Font sync problems with multi-version fonts: Unresolved
Fonts will not resolve when a font like "Bebas Neue" has so many versions. Can you please allow font substitution to at least choose the closest named font similar to the unresolved font? Why would it choose something like courier or monotype when it's no where close to the same name, family, style, or look. Especially when multiple versions of the font in question are installed in Windows 10. Please, can you fix?
Flavio Stiavetti commented
Yes! or at leaste give the option to never show that pop up again and just forget it
I agree with Adam's suggestion of allowing the editor to resolve a chosen substitute. Seems to be logical.
Adam Taylor commented
I would like to be able to just simply choose any font to substitute for unresolvable fonts - across all apps. Manually replacing them can be tedious or outright impossible, and in situations where I've reinstalled Windows and for whatever reason it doesn't detect a font by the exact same name, I'm just.... screwed.
This is a problem with Adobe Fonts due to a font (Bebas Neue) which has a deprecated version and a newer version of the same name. It chooses courier or monotype because it's not substituting to something that it thinks looks like Bebas, it's substituting to the next font in line (usually a system default).
For more info about this known issue, and for a possible workaround, you might check out this user forum thread: