I have dozens if not hundreds of fonts appearing in my CD 2018 (CD2019 also ...) font list, that I can not uninstall as they are not showing in Font Manager or Windows font management. They are not showing in Word or InDesign either, just in all Corel apps. There must be cache of some kind somewhere ... I just want to clean drop down list of old unused fonts.
Try to rebuild your font database by starting CorelFont Manager while pressing F8.
Thank you Ronny, but F8 didn't work. I reset both Font Managers 2018 and 2019 with no success. Will try to delete FM databases even though FM does not show ghost fonts at all, only apps (Draw and Paint), which is strange. And I can use those ghost fonts, too ... !??! What mechanism provide fonts to apps then?
One of the features with Corel Font Manager and the suite is that they can use fonts that are not installed, as long as they are present in a folder that is monitored by CFM.This is probably why you can't see these ghost fonts in other apps.Some of the fonts you see are probably part of your system, and that's why they act a bit weird and can not be removed.
One more thing: Enable the font details panel in CFM to see the path where the ghost fonts are located.
Success, thank you :). I tried F8 once again, this time also checking spooky check box "Restore" - "Font database - (resetting the font database removes FOLDERS (?) and collections)". Initially, I didn't want my font folders to be removed from my disk, but after reading help file again I find out that folders are those CFM only monitor, as you said. Word "Monitored" should be included in that sentence ... :)
It is a bug, not a feature IMO, that Corel apps are treating uninstalled fonts as installed only because they know font location ... I tried to minimize my font list to fonts, I use lately. I also show CFM where Draw can find missing fonts if I have to open my old files. What's the point of installed or unistalled fonts then?