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Indesign Fonts Problems

Indesign Fonts Problems

Indesign Fonts Problems

(OP)
Hi guys,

Actually this is a message from a friend of mine. I have a friend which is working in the same file like i do. I have Mac and he has PC. We are both using the same OTF fonts.

He has 20 fonts and have problems just with 2 of them.

Helvetica Neue Light and Light Italic

It is a very strange things because more people is working with the same fonts but it seems he is the only one that is having trouble with 2 particular fonts. He is using the a good Font Manager like Suitcase

ADDING in Suitcase
http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?picture=1TJ9bCRTjVtv989RKElMSAbjK56Wj

WINDOWS FONT FOLDER
http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/4443/tipos.jpg

He reinstalled InDesign changed the Font Manager, tried many things but just the 2 fonts are not active. By the way, the fonts are not corrupt since are shown in the Font Library well as well as the others.

Any idea?

Thanks and cheers,
Sebastian

 

RE: Indesign Fonts Problems

(OP)
Hi Eugene, the font shows in my Mac as Helvetica Neue LTD, i will ask my friend to check how he see it in his InDesign.

Cheers,
Sebastian

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