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Illustrator 10 freezing while "Reading Fonts"

Illustrator 10 freezing while "Reading Fonts"

Illustrator 10 freezing while "Reading Fonts"

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Help!!  Every time I try to load up Adobe Illustrator 10, the Illustator image pops up and starts to load, but always freezes while "reading fonts."  I always have to close Illustrator with ctrl+Alt+del because it "isn't responding".  By the ways I'm using a PC.  ANYONE KNOW WHATS WRONG?!

RE: Illustrator 10 freezing while "Reading Fonts"

Probably, you have to much fonts installed that have to be read in. Sso get a fontmanagement tool like ATM Deluxe or suitcase . Those programms let you load lesser fonts.

hope this helps
grillhouse

RE: Illustrator 10 freezing while "Reading Fonts"

read my faq

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