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How to clear font cache in Mac OSX ?

To clean the system font cache in macOS, you can use a command line utility. Follow these steps:

  • Close all applications
  • Go to the "Utilities" folder and open Terminal. (Command-Shift-U).
  • Enter the command: Type "sudo atsutil databases -remove" in Terminal and press Return.
  • Enter your password: When prompted, enter your administrator password.
  • Allow the command to run and complete the font cache cleaning process.
  • Once the process is finished, type "exit" to end the command line session, choose "File" > "Quit" to close Terminal.
  • Restart your Mac.

By following these steps, you can clean the system font cache in macOS using the Terminal application. This can help resolve font-related issues and ensure the system recognizes and displays fonts correctly.

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