Launch Typeface at login

Allow Typeface to auto activate fonts at all times by keeping it running in the background when you start up your Mac.

Automatically launch Typeface

If you’re on macOS Ventura or later you can enable launch at login with a simple click of a button.

  1. Choose Typeface > Settings from the main menu
  2. Enable Launch at Login

Typeface will be added to the macOS login items and will automatically launch whenever you login to your macOS user account.

Want to hide the app window at login? Enable Background Mode in Settings. The app will show a small icon in the menu bar and the window will be hidden when the app launches at login. Click on the Typeface icon in the menu bar or in your Applications folder to reveal the Typeface window.

You can manually manage apps that launch at login by choosing System Settings > General > Login Items

Launch app on login

Adding to the macOS login items on older macOS versions

Launch Typeface at login on macOS Monterey or below by adding it to your user login items as follows:

  1. Open System Preferences
  2. Choose Users & Groups > Login Items
  3. Click the + button to add an app
  4. Choose Typeface from the Applications list

By default Typeface shows its window on launch. If you’d like to run Typeface in the background instead enable the Hide checkbox next to the Typeface login item, then enable Typeface > Preferences > Run App in Background. This will make sure Typeface launches in the background and you’ll get a small icon in the menu bar.

Launch app on login

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