Issue in Adobe software when exporting diacritics

Hi! I have come across a weird issue when exporting my font with diacritics. (I’m not sure if it’s relevant to the problem but it’s a pixel component font.)
When I open the Glyphs window in inDesign, for some reason all glyphs show up really small. In Photoshop the cells of the Glyphs window even show up completely empty.
The font itself seems to work fine when using it.

(inDesign) This is how the font shows up when I export it without diacritics.

This is when I add diacritics.

Also, here are the master settings for reference.

Any ideas as to what this could be?


Adobe apps are know to measure the bounding box of some glyphs to determine line hight. Can you check the max bound of your font by using the max bound script form mekkablue.

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Ok, thanks! I have the Mekkablue scripts but I can’t seem to find a “max bound” script. Can you please remind me under which submenu it is, or if it has a different name? Cheers

Test > Report highest and lowest glyphs

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fyi the issue was an extra pixel at y=6000 in the Oslash. Thanks for the tip! Didn’t know that Adobe software had its own way of determining line height.