Hi all, we recently updated to Indesign CC from CS5. The process has been a bit bumpy.
We have a number of type 1 fonts that we are phasing out in old documents. I'm now noticing in older documents from CS5 or Indesign 2021 (We're on 2022) that I'm getting a warning that says:
"Type 1 Fonts will no longer be supported in 2023. Your document contains 53 Type 1 Fonts."
... But the documents contain 2, or no, type 1 fonts. When I replace the type one fonts, the warning continues. The list on the top of the doc literally says "15 Fonts in Document" and "type 1 fonts: 2"
We've also been having crashing issues when saving and exporting to PDF and I think these things are connected. Please help!!
Something you could try quickly is to open a CS5 document in the version you have upgraded to, do a save-as to a new location, and then export to .idml. If you open the .idml file and compare it to the newly-saved version, it may have cleared out the phantom fonts. Or maybe not, but since it will be very quick to try, it wouldn't hurt.