I'm opening a file that I edited before, with no problems.
Now I had to use this same file, but replace the language in it - easy peasy.
The problem is that, in the very few minutes I start working on it, ID is crashing.
So I open it again, and voala: all text is highlighted in light PINK...
Before crash, everything was fine, all text were great, with no alerts on it (pink or yellow)...
I tried to do a package of this file. So the fonts would be saved in a separated folder.
All fonts I see in there, were .PFB and .PFM extentions.
I'm no expert in font management whatsoever... all the fonts I use are installed in my windows fonts folder...
Can someone help me with that??
Is this from the packaged folder or the old location? Type 1 fonts don't work on Windows in the Document Fonts folder, if I remember correctly. If ,in fact you are trying to open from a package, try renaming the Document Fonts folder to anything else and see if it makes a difference.
My original document is fine... no pink alerts.
If I pack the document, change the "document fonts" name for anything else and try to open the packed ID file, I get that missing font dialog box.
If I change it back to the correct name, it opens fine (no missing fonts alerts), UNTIL, I get a ID crash... When I try to reopen the same file after the crash, I get that missing font screen.
Any other hint?
Europe, Middle East and Africa