Adobe Type 1 PostScript fonts aren't supported in Storyline 360 HTML5 output. They'll be replaced by default system fonts from learners' computers, tablets, and smartphones.
If you accidentally use a PostScript font and Storyline 360 crashes when you preview or publish, install the latest software update to fix the problem.
Here's how you can tell if you're using PostScript fonts and how to replace them with different fonts.
How to Know If You're Using Adobe Type 1 PostScript Fonts
If you're not sure whether you're using PostScript fonts, you can usually tell by checking the font drop-down list in a Microsoft Office app, such as PowerPoint or Word. PostScript fonts are identified by printer icons.
If you're comfortable using the Windows registry, you can find a list of Adobe Type 1 fonts installed on your computer in this registry key:
Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Type 1 Installer\Type 1 Fonts
How to Find and Replace Fonts in Storyline 360
If you're using Adobe Type 1 PostScript fonts in a Storyline 360 project, we recommend replacing them with OpenType or TrueType versions instead or switching to a different font. Here's how to quickly find and replace fonts in Storyline 360.