If you read my above post, I already checked H&J violations and they are turned off in my preferences. The text still shows yellow.
Sorry, but I missed that. Can you post a screenshot?
I posted a screenshot of the text in my original post. The text turning yellow is whenever i copy and paste from a different document i'm noticing. Could that have something to do with it?
Yes, it could. Try paste without formatting instead of paste as the first troubleshooting step.
Paste could carry a style conflict with it.
That worked! Thank you so much Bob.
I think that “glyph substitution” is checked in Preferences > Composition
Is it possible there is conditional text set to Indicator > Method: Highlight and Appearance > Color: Yellow? The Conditional Text panel is under Window > Type & Tables.
Yes, I am working in someone else's doc and didn't know they had set up conditional text for certain sections. Thank you so much David!
So I have the same problem, picked up someone elses ID project and I'm changing fonts, format, etc. But can't get rid of these damn yellow highlights! They dissapear on preview, but I don't work in preview and they are driving me nuts!
Read the entire discussion!
Actually I did read the entire discussion. Have no idea how the text was imported to the ID file.
This is an already established file that I am cleaning up.
Conditional text didn't seem to bring any results.
Glyphs have nothing to do with it.
Bob, you are usually more helpful 🙂
My original answer was to check composition preferences to see if highlighting of H&J violations is enabled. That is still my answer since you haven't indicated anything else that you tried.
Sorry, you are right as usual! Have never seen this before!
AHH, thank you guys! I had the same issues - picking up someone else's InDesign to clean up. WORKed! thanks.
Thank you so much it really helpful.