Sometimes, The Force could help! …
Because To control crash fonts problem when i open my indd file at other computer.
And this method would be good as well. Thanks!
Ok. That makes sense, but of course you can't edit it.
Are both computers on CC? If you opt to use the Typekit fonts that are included with your CC subscription, if you move a file from one computer to the other and don't already have the fonts installed, they will sync on opening. It's pretty handy and the type remains edible.
Actually, I already know this method that flatten all of texts when export PDF, I couldn't use it on this way. Thank you for remind me
This would be good way to solve the problem Thank you very much
I worked with CS6, So I think it would be better to purchase CC
I couldn't -> I didn't
There is not any reason to create outlines from fonts in InDesign as it causes a lot of problems. Don't do it! You loose underlines, bullets, numers, auto text, text variables, frame strokes, frame areas.
DON'T OUTLINE TEXT.
If a printer requires outlined text, choose a different one. Text in a PDF is embedded if the font does allow it.
If a font does not allow embedding, you are neither allowed by its licence to outline it!
If you need to have outlines for a cutting plotter later in a workflow, go to Acrobat Pro, Printproduction, Preflight and apply a preflight profile to outline text.
in post 4 of this thread the OP is answering the why behind the question:
Because To control crash fonts problem when i open my indd file at other computer. …
So we should tackle this problem first, I think.
Why is this particular font crashing InDesign on the other machine?
What OS versions are we talking about?
What font is used?
How are the files transferred to the other computer?
What is the exact version of InDesign CS6 on both machines?
( Weren't there some problems with the very first version of InDesign ( v 8.0.0 ) regarding font management?
So: Is InDesign CS6 on the latest available software version on both machines? )
I did read it. But this cannot be a solution for any crash. The problem is found deeper. Is the font damaged? Than it has to be changed to a different one. Is the installation corrupted? Uninstall it, clean it up and install it again.
A not recommended feature is not a replacement for a wrong working functionality in any program. We have to go to the root of the problem.
It is as if someone goes to the doctor to amputate his toes. The doctor does it without warning that guy and asking why he wants to do so. At the end he learns, that his stockings are to thick, so his shoes are to small. Ok, amputation did its job. But would it be the best solution?
Obi, where is your script?
Not free! … but I can give you its name: 0144_VectorizedUnderlining_MichelAllio.jsx
Don't forget to write about it in the future, o the greedy Jedi ))
I'm not greedy! [ "ce genre de débat récurrent commence sérieusement à me gaver!!!" (in French) ] … and not sure you work for free too!
I've Google-searched for comments about this simple question: "How can I "really outline" texts with underline?" … and found nothing that seems relevant to me!
I've just imagined a "script" way to fix it! …
All the scripts I wrote since just one year [officially, 144; in fact, more than 300!] and all the tricks I imagined are first for my own work (I'm a book designer).
When I don't give them for free [just take a look at my pro bono deals], if some want them, I'll sale them with pleasure!
If they don't, no problem for me! I don't write scripts or other solutions for a "money" reason! … but it's not enough to hide a solution exists!
So, keep cool, bro! Ваше здоровье!