关于Mac OS X 10.3字体缓存错误的一些简要更新：
After yesterday’s report, a few readers do report seeing bloated font cache files even though they don’t have any PostScript fonts installedI still think PostScript fonts exacerbate the problem, but apparently they’re not the only cause.
许多读者推荐马克杜马的字体Finagler, a $10 shareware utility that deletes your system’s font cache files for youI personally can’t see spending $10 to delete a few files which are easily removed by hand (and, frankly, I feel more comfortable trashing them manually anyway), but at least a few dozen DF readers are happy Font Finagler users.
其他一些读者建议缟玛瑙, a freeware utility that presents a bunch of system maintenance tasks in a Mac-style user interfaceIncluded amongst its features is the ability to delete font caches.
The cache bloating is somehow related to the fact that on login, ATSServer opens every font located in the system’s font folders:
Thus, one way to avoid the bug is to use a third-party font manager, such as手提箱, which stores your font files in any location其他比系统的字体文件夹。
Apple’s Font Book does not itself cause this problem (at least I don’t think it does), but it doesn’t avoid it, either, because when you use Font Book, it stores all of your fonts, including your disabled fonts, in the system’s font folders.
The point here is not that you should buy Suitcase just to avoid this bug,1but rather to explain why, if you’re already using Suitcase or a similar utility, you probably haven’t been affected by this bug, even if you’ve got the entire Adobe Type Library installed.
If for no other reason than that I expect this bug to be fixed in Mac OS X 10.3.9.↩︎