AdobeFnt.lst automatically reappears after deleting
InDesign version: 15.0.2
Suddenly (after the latest March 2020 InDesign update?) the AdobeFont.lst file created with InDesign packages automatically shows up with folder structure after deleting a package. This is really aggravating for file management. It's as if my team can't fully delete InDesign packages. This is happening with multiple InDesign files on multiple machines.
As confirmed by multiple users, this issue is fixed in latest version of InDesign.
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Reproducible on Mojave 10.14.6
Same here. I trash the packaged files and the outer folder along with the inner "Document fonts" folder with the AdobeFnt21.lst file in it returns. Mac Catalina running InDesign 15.0.2.
Indesign 15.0.2 on Mac OS 10.14.6 does not seem to want to "let go" of the fonts in the Document fonts folder in packaged document now upon closing a file.
Whenever I close out of a file, I copy the updated files/folder onto our documents server and then put that file in trashcan. But whenever I go back into InDesign for a different job, InDesign seems to pull that previously trashed folder back with only the Document fonts folder. If I quit InDesign and then trash the file, it stays in the trash.
I've the same problem