I have only had this start happening on some of my documents (I didn't change any settings). The registered symbol (®) is auto superscripting. While this is only mildly annoying, it becomes a problem when I send it to another computer and it reverts to a full-size character. I have no idea what it will do once I send it to a printer and want to head it off now before I get a proof back with it wrong. I have also noticed between computers that things like the 1/2 character (I am using Gotham OpenType) reverts to a D with a small dash through the downward stem. I am using the same font in both cases (as well as the same type of computer, version of InDesign and OS). My thoughts are that it has something to do with GREP but I would like to find a way to turn off the auto superscripting function (without forcing some of the paragraph styles auto decisions that are set up... note, I don't use paragraph styles so they aren't set up for my document).
Thanks in advance.
Something is really strange. Are you dead certain you are using the exact same font?
All of the controls that would automate this should be saved within the file so it should not matter what computer is used.
Exactly the same font.
After experimenting with it, it is definitely within a file because it auto superscripts in one document and not another on the same computer. I just want to turn it off, be it in a document or overall.