TYPEKIT FONTS - same download / deletion timeframe as the apps themselves! offline usage necessary
WHY? are you tighter and stricter on tiny fonts and more flexible on big apps (i.e. 30 days offline access)?
HOW? do i use CC apps offline and design text work without FONTS?
if you can limit access to apps to the end of subscription, and you can limit font access by requiring being online, ergo you can design access to your components anywhere on the timeline between those 2 endpoints. it makes zero sense to be flex on offline app access, then strict and tight on offline typekit font access. cool on the larger and jerks on the smaller? that's totally backwards.
Christopher Clinton commented
Typekit keeps unsyncing and adobe cc keeps logging me out even after multiple uninstall-restart-installs. New releases are supposed to improve this, not make it worse.
Kevin Gosling commented
Hi - I completely agree with this. I need to be able to work on documents (using the correct Typekit fonts) in places where I can't always be online (eg on planes and trains). It is surely possible for you to change the current policy?