I use Adobe’s Creative Cloud and I also use font management software. I don’t use TypeKit and was growing tired of having Adobe’s Typekit popping up every time I needed a font. I finally spend some time finding out where to turn it off. It’s not hard to do. Just not intuitive.
Look at the menu bar on your Mac. Look for the Creative Cloud icon on the upper right of your screen (look at image below) and click on it.
Next go to the Gear icon –> Preferences –> Creative Cloud –> Fonts (Turn off TypeKit).
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