In this case, I received a Word file form a client. In Word the document is all in Cambria, but when I import it into InDesign, Cambria comes up with brackets around the name, and all the type highlighted in pink.
I have activated it and deactivated it several times in Suitcase Fusion (which sometimes seems to help) as well as restarting InDesign, but neither of these helped.
In this case it doesn't entirely matter because I need to change the font anyway, but I find the non-activation of fonts a little alarming.
I've branched this to a new discussion as it had nothing to do with the thread you posted in.
What operating system? Is Cambria installed on your computer?
What version of Suitcase Fusion?
Sorry about that. I thought it was a forum about fonts not appearing. . ..
Mac OS 10.9.5
Suitcase Fusion 7, Version 17.1.0
Yes, Cambria is installed. (I'm not a newbie . . . I've been doing thsi for 25 years and don't tend to post questions unless I am really stumped)
Suitcase Fusion is at version 6 but make sure you’ve fully patched it. The CC2015 plugins were only released recently.