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10.6: A simple fix for disabled fonts after OS upgrade System 10.6
Snow Leopard only hintAfter upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6.2 (Snow Leopard) from Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard), I found that the Tahoma font was not displayed by any Office 2004 or Office 2008 application.

Surprisingly, the Tahoma font (and many others) were found in my user's Library/Fonts Disabled folder, instead of in my user's active fonts folder (Library/Fonts).

Thankfully, simply moving all the fonts from the Fonts Disabled folder to the Fonts folder fixed the issue. After that, I used Font Book to resolve duplicates, and FontDoctor and Font Finagler to fix any remaining font issues. So far, so good!
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