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    Xaphyra commented  · 

    I have found a workaround, took me like 3 minutes to change about 232 instances of a font.

    I noticed that Adobe XD actually allows you to "replace font" if it doesn't exist, so being the kind of person that i am, i went to C://Windows/Fonts and deleted that font (faced an issue) then opened XD again, it said that X font isn't found, well good for me, i right clicked on the "font not found" message, and i clicked on replace, and boom, all gone.

    The issue i faced was that the font was protected by the system, so i followed this quick how-to
    and by step 4, i was clear.

    I hope i helped, and until Adobe gives us a good way to change this, this may be the only way to work around it.

    Have a good day/night!