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As long as you stick to opentype fonts you shouldn't have any issues at
all. Make sure you avoid illegal characters in file names and use
default file extensions.
>As long as you stick to opentype fonts you shouldn't have any issues at
Right, or, for that matter, Windows fonts as the Mac version can recognize Windows fonts that are placed in one of the Adobe font folders, IIRC...
But do check the licensing on those fonts in either case.
The Mac can read/use Windows TT fonts in the user's font folder, so they are available to all Mac (and Adobe) programs.
If you install Windows T1 fonts in the private InDesign font folder, they can be used by InDesign.
However, as Bob states, OpenType fonts (Pro or Std) are usually the best solution.
Thanks for the clarification, David. OTF is probably the better solution (unless you already own the Windows fonts :-))