I'm working on a document in InDesign CC 2015 that includes text and numbers (employee benefits handbook). I love the font I'm using, except that the standard 3 and 5 look very similar. I've found glyphs within the font that are far clearer, but I haven't found a way to 'program' the paragraph styles to use those glyphs. I know about the find and replace feature for glyphs, but I was hoping to make it more automatic.
Any ideas? Am I missing something? I saw something about conditional text on another thread, but I'm not sure how that'd help me...
Could it also be you are seeing the difference between old style (lowercase) and lining (uppercase) figures? If the the font is OpenType you can choose between old style (which is often the default) and proportional lining—Character Panel>Open Type>Proportional Lining
This can also be chosen and saved in the Paragraph Style.