|Aug 30, 2010, 01:14 PM||#1|
InDesign & Glyphs
I'm using a an opentype typeface in InDesign, and I really dislike it's numbers. For example, the "1" looks suspiciously like a small-caps "I." Fortunately, the typeface has plenty of alternate glyphs.
Is there a way to replace the default numbers with the alternate glyphs so when I type "1" I get the alternate "1"? Or do I need to stick with find and replace?
Edited to add I'm using CS3.
Last edited by SwiftLives; Aug 30, 2010 at 01:20 PM.
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