Thanks for reporting the issue. We are looking into it
I tested on Mac OSX 10.14 and InDesign CC 2019 (v.14.0.1) and just like Koen mentioned, the figures displays well in InDesign, but upon exporting to PDF the figures shifts its position!
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Tested this issue with Eduard on Adobe forums and have posted a short video to explain the strange behavior on this post… https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2590473
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Abhinav, thanks for marking this issue as "Under Review". We need to include same future fix to Adobe Illustrator ME too.
What is your recommendation in this case to have a fix for both InDesign and Illustrator, should I post same bug report for Illustrator?Zaid Al Hilali shared this idea ·
Can you tell us why would you need to change Character directions to RTL? Leaving it to "Default" yield better result when you type Arabic/Farsi/Dari/Urdu/Kurdish. As a matter of fact leaving Character Directions to "Default" will be appropriate even if you're mixing Latin language with above RTL languages.
If you really need to change Character Directions to "Right-To-Left" you can apply it to a selection not to the whole sentence or paragraph.