Have you checked all the way down to the bottom of the font list?
Yeah it is not there, there are fonts categorized as groups towards the end but mine is missing, I installed the font per Adobe guidelines so I am a bit upset about that, how can they charge that much for a font that does not even get picked up by their main software
What version of Indesing are you using? Mac/Windows? You don't see Kosuka Micho Pr6N listed?
I am using InDesign CC on Windows, yes Kosuka Micho Pr6N is missing
Try copying the font to C:/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Indesign CC (64 bit)/Fonts (assuming you're using the 64 bit version)
I find this discussion interesting because I didn't buy KozMinPR6N as a separate font and never deliberately installed it, yet it does appear in the list in all versions of ID.
The font appears in the Asian section, as Kozuka Mincho PR6N and the available styles are B, EL, L, M, H and R for Bold, Extra Light, Light, Medium, Heavy and Regular.
Those are the same fonts that are in my copy of the Adobe Font Folio, by the way, so I doubt they are different from what you bought. They might have been installed automatically with either ID or Acrobat.
In any case, if you still don't see them, try searching for and deleting the Adobefnt*.lst files where * is a two-digit number.
Sorry for all the Adobe fan but I ended up extracting all the text to a simple text file and reformatting it using MS Word and re-submitting my file as a Word document and that was accepted by the press.
Everything was embedded correctly using MS Word... I really feel the quality and reliability of Adobe apps has cratered in the last four years, they need to do something about that.
Another thing that is ridiculous is that their Acrobat Pro cannot change the margins of all the page of a document, something that any other proofing or editing software can do.
A bit pathetic for a company that claims to be the Swiss army knife of media publishing!!!
With regards to Acrobat Pro and your disappointment that it “cannot change the margins of all the page of a document, something that any other proofing or editing software can do,” the issue really is that Acrobat is not and has never been marketed as “proofing or editing software.” PDF, by definition, is what we refer to as a “final form file format.” The file format was not designed for editability, but rather, as a vessel to support accurate display and print of graphical content. PDF files normally contain no information about margins, sentences, lines, paragraphs, stories, columns, headers, footers, etc. In terms of text, all the PDF file has information about are runs of characters in a particular font, size, and orientation,
Yes, Acrobat and similar products do provide some limited edit, touch-up, and even export capability but such capabilities are based on heuristics, guessing at what the original intent was. Beyond that, in terms of reformatting, you are best off going back to the original document in the original layout program.
To your original question, I just attempted to install the KozMinPr6N-Regular.otf font on my Windows 7 x64 system. I right-clicked on the font file and selected Install. It did install correctly. I immediately opened up InDesign 10 (CC 2014) and the font (with all its styles) was immediately available for my use. Thus, something else must be interfering with the recognition of the font on your particular system.
Peter Spier made an excellent recommendation to you that you didn't seem to respond to. He recommended that you “try searching for and deleting the Adobefnt*.lst files where * is a two digit number.” That normally solves problems of situations in which the Adobe software's font caching system is out of sync with what may have been installed on your system. (Note that you should find and delete all those Adobefnt*.lst files on your system. They are in multiple directories.