Most of these fonts are installed and enabled automatically. Others in this list can be downloaded using Font Book, which is in your Applications folder. Fonts that can be downloaded appear dimmed in Font Book.
These fonts are available only to documents that already use the font, or to apps that request the font by name. Some are older fonts that were included with earlier versions of macOS or Apple apps.
You can use Font Book to install and remove fonts, validate and resolve duplicate fonts, and restore the standard fonts that came with macOS Ventura. For more information about Font Book, choose Font Book Help from the Help menu in Font Book.
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