I don’t know why, but there’s an actual glyph in this spot. In the GlyphsApp file, I can’t find it. But when the font is installed, using a carriage return, there a double quote glyph that shows.
Any clue? Anyone???
Maybe I should say that I only edited this font. I opened up the TTF file in Glyphs, saved it as a normal Glyphs file, and then exported it again. It doesn’t make a difference if it’s an OTF or a TTF. The new file always shows that hungarian umlaut, listed in the next reply when there’s a carriage return.
This is what it looks like
Die you change the font name? If not, this most likely a font cache problem.
No. But the font was never installed before the editing
Well, I cleared the font cache using this command
sudo atsutil databases -remove
and the rebooted.
Still same thing.
And, this oddity happened in Pages 5.6.1 running on Yosemite. I just tried it in InDesign 6.5, with a copy/paste of the original text from Pages, and it works fine.
Can you send the font (to support at this domain)?
The glyphs have a wrong encoding. Select all and run “Glyph > Update Glyph Info”.
The original font already has the problem.