I use InDesign CC 2015.0 on Windows 7 Enterprise. I have a Word document with Russian text (in Source Sans Pro - which is an .otf font I have installed on my PC). I want to paste the Russian translation into an infographic that was designed in English. Here's the steps of what happens:
This is also happening when I receive an .ind file from our designers with Russian text already in there. I open it once and it displays fine. If I go back to the file, it reverts back to as per above.
I'm just a beginner .ind user - am wondering about the glyphs. When I check Type>Glyphs and select Cyrillic from the Show drop-down, no glyphs appear. How can I install/enable Cyrillic glyphs for Source Sans Pro? My designer (who works on a Mac) has these glyphs in her version of .ind.
Any suggestions? Thanks very much in advance.
Message was edited by: Melissa Murano
I have just re-installed Source Sans Pro (Sep-2015 = latest version) and voila - it works! So big note to self - keep my fonts up-to-date!!