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Variable font changes to Italic when a custom axis value is set, without user input. Also, the Italic axis cannot be controlled.3 votesStephen Nixon shared this idea ·
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Variable Font support has been implemented in InDesign 2020. Please upgrade to this version of InDesign to use this feature.
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Reallllly need this support to exist!
Thanks for your work on it, Abhinav. :)
I'm hoping that your team can prioritize it, as it's definitely one of the most important recent developments in typography, and InDesign is one of the most valuable use cases for variable font control.
It seems that InDesign CAN do this, though it is confusing how to access them.
In the "Character" panel options/hamburger menu, there is "Superscript" and "Subscript" at the top level, which will apply fake superscript/subscript. However, these options are also found under the "OpenType >" menu item, and the Superscript/Superior and Subscript/Inferior options there will activate OpenType Features sups and subs, respectively.