Font name incorrect when a character style is applied
If you make a character style that applies "Bold" (or some other font style) and then apply it to text, the font name changes incorrectly in the Font field of the Properties panel or Control panel.
For example, if the character style applies "Bold" and you apply it to text set to Minion Pro, then the font name changes to "Minion Pro Bold" and the style also changes to Bold.
This is incorrect. In older version of InDesign it worked correctly: The font name should stay "Minion Pro" and the style should change to "Bold"
Alpha Contact commented
Hello, I have the same issue.
Bold is applied on fonts that are not supposed to have it.
As a result I get a missing font window showing me these fonts with a bold added to their names whenever I try to export as PDF.
Uwe Laubender commented
cannot see this with InDesign CC 2019 on Windows 10.
And yes, the issue is with InDesign 2020. Even with the latest version on Prerelease: 22.214.171.1248.
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I tried it and this should be fixed.