Seeing your installed fonts knows which fonts came installed on your operating system (this info is publicly available) and can display your entry with those fonts. But for it to be truly useful, it needs to also know the fonts you have installed yourself.

There are currently two options for detecting installed fonts in the browser. It is either by using our Chrome Extension (only available in Google Chrome) or by installing and enabling the Adobe Flash plugin on your browser.

Option 1: Google Chrome Extension's Chrome Extension is a very simple add on for your browser that shares the list of your fonts with

Click here to install the extension.

Option 2: Adobe Flash Plugin

Adobe Flash plugin can be used to detect your installed fonts on Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox or Opera browsers.

Click here to install Adobe Flash plugin for your browser.

Once you install the plugin, you will need to allow the Flash Plugin to work with Here are the instructions on how to do so for Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Chrome.

Safari on OSX Mojave

If your operating system is Mac OS Mojave, Safari will not display your installed fonts even if Flash is installed. This is a new plugin policy that is introduced with the Mojave operating system. Unfortunately we have to advise you to use with another browser if you want to preview your installed fonts as well.

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