Objective: Add fonts to Suitcase Fusion
Typography is the foundation for good design. Like many designers, you’ve picked up fonts here and there. Now that you have a font manager, you can access your entire font collection from one location. In addition to adding your fonts, you can also connect third-party sources such as Adobe Fonts and Google Fonts for a streamlined experience.
Let’s start with the most common way to add fonts to Suitcase Fusion; via drag and drop.
Adding Fonts to a Local Library
When you add fonts to Suitcase Fusion, they're added to a font library. Think of a library as a container for your fonts. Within libraries, you can create Sets of nested folders to further aid in organization. We'll discuss organizational best practices in future lessons.
To add fonts:
Drag and drop any folder or media containing fonts into the Fonts pane or on a Library.
Note: Depending on the size of your font collection, this may take a few minutes.
Connect your Adobe Fonts subscription to Suitcase Fusion in a few clicks. Make sure that Creative Cloud syncing is turned on, not paused.
Go to Adobe Creative Cloud Settings > Preferences > Syncing > and set to Resume Syncing.
Any fonts from fonts.adobe.com that are set to Activate will appear in Suitcase Fusion.
With an active Suitcase Fusion subscription, access Google Font's collection of 3,000+ fonts directly within Suitcase Fusion.
To access Google’s Fonts:
1) Choose to File > Enable Google Fonts
2) The Google Font Library will appear once synching has been completed.