I'm trying to use the Find/Change function to change the text color of all Gotham Book text in my document from red to black. When I try to enter "Gotham" as the Font Family in the Basic Character Format section it automatically changes "Gotham" to "Gotham Narrow". If I try to delete "Narrow" nothing happens. If I select Gotham from the drop down menu instead of typing it in, it gets changed to Gotham Narrow.
I don't recall ever having this issue before. Has this happened to anyone else/is there a way to get it to select only Gotham?
(Just for kicks I tried it with other typefaces that have a one and two-word name like Helvetica & Helvetica Neue and I was able to select both the one-word and two-word typefaces (so both Helvetica and Helvetica Neue; it didn't auto select Helvetica Neue.)
Do you actually have Gotham Book installed in your OS?
What OS are you?
Are you using any font management software?
If Mac, have you run a font-happifying utility lately?
It's a Mac running Yosemite 10.10.5.
It is a company work computer, we do not have a font management software installed (other than font book if you want to count that) and both Gotham book and Gotham Narrow book are installed. I don't know what a font-happifying utility is and most likely we have not run one recently.
I can't even select Gotham, period, the weight/style of the type doesn't matter.
Okay, it randomly worked. Not sure what the issue was.