Here are a few threads with possible solutions:
This one says: In your Kit Editor, select "Kit Settings," and the first tab has a field called "Domains." In this field, type 127.0.0.1. This should allow you to use this font locally.
This one says you need to add the IP of your machine.
In keeping with web fonts, I noticed yesterday my web font I was using has lost it's format, and reverted to default, is there anything I can do to refresh the font I want to use? The chosen font still works in the test browser but not in the HTML file when imported into Indesign, - it did to start with, but now has stopped, so could I have lost the link?? And how!
You might want to check with the InDesign forum to see if web fonts are supported in InDesign. I suspect that they might not be, and you'll want to use a local font instead.
Thanks Elaine, ill check, but as I mentioned they did originally work when I first created the animation, although just thinking I'm now having to use the HTML file as opposed to the OAM (which corrupts in inDesign) could that make a difference?
Mobly, Are there issues with OAM in inDesign at this time? In the next month or two I will start building animations/interactives for online magazines through DPS. I can do searches later to see if others have reported anything.
In my own experiences, I would say that there are some real issues with OAM into indesign, but the issues have not been looked at by Adobe, and therefor I can not say whether it is due to something I am doing or bugs within Edge or Indesign.
Saying that I know one of the Indesign guys was saying on the forum the other day that there are still known bugs with OAM.
My advice to you is to tread very carefully, if you don't promise your clients anything, and explain it's all very experimental, then it will save you a lot of stress! - Unlike what I did!!