I did never run into such a problem.
What fonts are you using (exactly which font, producer, year, format like otf, ttf or t1).
For what OS are the fonts made.
Which OS are you using (I see marcusstringer is using Mac, but sandy?)
Font: Metif Serif Pro otf (This file has been in production for over 6 months.) Pretty sure it's not font related.
Had IT uninstall upgrade 8.0.2 we were testing until Adobe fixes that error.
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I've also encountered the same problem. It's not font related as it's happening with both otf and t1 fonts. The problem occurs when you are adding a discretionary hyphen to a word that has a shorter character count than what's defined in your hyphenation settings, e.g. if your hyphenation setting is set to Words with at Least 8 letters and you add a discretionary hyphen to a word that has 7 letters the word breaks but the hyphen drops out. If you change the hyphenation setting to at least 7 letters then the hyphen pops back in again. This bug has occured only since the CS 6 8.0.2 update and is also happening in CC.
This issue also applies to old jobs which are opened in the updated ID CS6 and CC editions...
It means having run a search for discretionary hyphens for every job we open...
Heaven forbid any titles actually went to press in the time of final check off from the client and the update being run.
Those files willl be wrong, and possible print run ruined... who will pay for that potential issue???
*Looks at Adobe's deep pockets*
Adobe... I can't find anywhere in the updated release notes V9.1 where this bug has been fixed...
This bug is now Fixed