MacFonts Holiday Fonts

Developer: Macware, Inc

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 8.4 MB - Download

Description:

NOTE: When saving fonts to your computer, Click the Save Fonts button & CREATE A NEW FOLDER on your Desktop or Documents and DO NOT Save font in the default folder.
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A holiday collection of 10 fonts perfect for Valentine's Day, Christmas and other seasons of celebration, including a personal AND commercial use license for a single user so you can use the fonts in any home, business or for-profit project. All fonts are available in OpenType format and work in all applications including Quark, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Office, iLife, iWork, Pixelmator and more.

Advantages of OpenType Fonts:
The OpenType font format provides a single cross-platform compatible font file for easy font management and improved document portability between the Mac and PC platforms; ability to embed fonts into PDF projects; superior print quality; and improved language support with an expanded set of international characters including the Euro currency symbol.

Recommended for:
Holiday Cards
Romantic script for notes and poems
Web development
Graphic designers
Creative artists
Corporate design
Self-publishing
Game development
Printers
Online and print publications
Advertisements
Catalogs
Brochures
Manuals
Product design
Direct marketing
Mailing campaigns
Video editing
Print and Broadcast media
Greeting cards
Wedding and party invitations
Event announcements
T-shirts
Calendars
Newsletters
Banners
Signs

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Release Notes:

Bug Fixes
Engine Enhancements
Added Help Screens

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by 2boys2many

Great Little Collection - Great little collection ust in time for the holidays. Easy to install. Super cute fonts!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by BobbyV5

Don't Waste Your Time - This is a piece of garbage. The fonts don't load into the Mac font library. It's worthless.

Found helpful by 5 out of 13 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 1.1
Review by LonghornMama

Other Font Packs installed just fine - THIS ONE WON'T - HELP! I cannot get this font pack to install correctly. I've tried over and over, creating new folderseven, but I keep ending up with the same response: FAILED COPYING FONT FILES TO (NULL). Nothing to help me on website either. These are great fonts and I'd love to use them!

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by ToxicSushi

DON'T BUY… DOES NOT WORK!!!! - I have bought font packages from them before with no issue. However, this font package will NOT install. I've tried every way possible and have even emailed the company for help. I have heard NOTHING from them!! I hope someone will contact me soon or fix the issue.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by Luvthestars2

help - Getting the same message as others. Please fix soon.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Dov Todd

Successfully installed the fonts, here - I saw the other reviews about inability to install the fonts. I decided to try anyway, and (whew!) had no problem. I don't know if it'll be overkill, and it's possible I could have done this more efficiently, but here's what I did just in case it might help you out just to see what steps I took to install these new fonts, and you may have to do the same. Desktop: (1) After installing directly into my Applications folder, I dragged an alias of the MacFonts Holiday Fonts icon out of the Applications folder onto my desktop. (2) I clicked this alias open, and a new mini-screen opened up. Inside the mini-screen, there was a listing of all 10 new fonts on the left side of the mini screen. (3) Then I created a new folder on my desktop, which I arbitrarily labelled "New Fonts". (4) Then, for each new font in the mini-screen, I first clicked on the name of that new font within the mini-screen, so that the name of that font was highlighted. (5) Then, still inside the mini-screen, I clicked on the button that's at the bottom right corner. (Sorry, I can't remember exactly what the text that appeared on top of that button said.) (6) The second mini-screen that opens up next is the Finder. Inside the Finder, I selected and clicked open my desktop, and then selected and clicked open the "New Fonts" folder. (7) Then I went back into the first mini-screen, and clicked again on that same button at the bottom right corner of the screen. I was able to successfully install a copy of that font into the "New Fonts" folder on my desktop (but they're not installed yet into the Font Book app, more on that later). (8) I did this for each new font, until I had all 10 fonts installed in my "New Fonts" folder on my desktop. Font Book: (9) Then I opened my Font Book app (I already keep an alias of my Font Book app permanently parked in my Dock, therefore just clicked on the Font Book alias in my Dock to open it). (10) After the Font Book app opened up, I then dragged the "New Fonts" folder from my desktop into the Font Book app's mini-screen, and specifically into the lower half of the Collection pane that's on the far left side of the Font Book mini-screen (I'm unsure if simply dropping anywhere within this pane would actually have been just fine). All of the new fonts were promptly installed into the Font Book app. (11) Then, inside the Collection pane, I highlighted the line that said "New Fonts", and renamed this line to "MacFonts Holiday Fonts". (12) I then double checked. I highlighted and then clicked open the MacFonts Holiday Fonts line, and all 10 fonts appeared. I then clicked on each font individually, and that font then appeared to the right exactly as it will appear when it is used. So now I know for a fact that I did successfully install all 10 new fonts. That's it. I hope I remembered all the steps I took correctly. Sorry if I over-explained anything. Hope this helps! :-)

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
3/5
Version 1.1
Review by susan.890

need more - this app needs more fonts and then it will be very useful.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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