Font issues on

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06 Apr, 2021 03:37 PM

Need a hint about following problem:

Trying to access on my Mac Mini (OSX 10.4.11, 1,5 GHz, 1GB Ram) with TF FPR 31. But I am getting major font problems which makes the site unusable. The fonts with issues (San Francisco SF UI Display / SF UI Text from Apple) were not on my system installed.

Therefore I tried following with no help so far:
* downloading and installing the font packages
* resetting TF to a fresh profile
* restart system with PRam reset
* running all system maintenance / optimizing scripts (Onyx app)
* running the 10.4.11 combo updater

What else can I do?

Thanks in advance

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Cameron Kaiser on 07 Apr, 2021 11:55 PM

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    Looks like the font blacklist needs to be updated again.

  2. 2 Posted by Juergen on 04 May, 2021 03:24 PM

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    Cameron, you truly are a hero!

    Unfortunately on FPR 32 with updated font blacklist is still not working.

    Several fonts of the San Francisco package are still making troubles.
    And at least the site requires WebGL - and I learnt by using the search function of this discussion page that can't be fixed.

    However - thank you very much for your hard work. This topic can be closed now.

    PS: I tried to use just to sync Apple Notes from my iPhone with my old Mac Mini G4, which seems to be impossible on Tiger. If someone of the community has an idea about a workaround it would be more than great :-)

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