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    I am happy to share that we have fixed this bug in our latest release – 23.0.6 which is available worldwide now.

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    Mark S commented  · 

    Hey all,I have found a quick workaround but its not ideal for long term or large project use. You will need access to InDesign.1. Open InDesign and create a new document.
    2. Create textbox and type or paste required text
    3. Select textbox > open "Paragraph" options window ( Windows > Type and Tables > Paragraph)
    4. Click on the Hamburger button in the top right-hand corner of the window (Button with small lines on it)
    5. From the options > Select " Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer"
    This should now change the text inside the text box
    6. With the text box still being selected, copy it (entire object not text)
    7. Open Illustrator > Create new Doc
    8. Use the "paste" function > Done

    You should now have the desired text useable in illustrator.If your text reverts back. Outline the text in InDesign prior to copying it to illustrator > Copy object > Paste into Illustrator document.Hope this helps :)

    See attached screen shot for InDesign Paragraph options

    This worked for me use: Mac High Sierra | Adobe CC 2019

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    Mark S commented  · 

    Hey all,I have found a quick workaround but its not ideal for long term or large project use. You will need access to InDesign.1. Open InDesign and create a new document.
    2. Create textbox and type or copy/paste required text
    3. Select textbox > open "Paragraph" options window ( Windows > Type and Tables > Paragraph)
    4. Click on the Hamberger button in the top right-hand corner of the window (Button with small lines on it)
    5. From the options > Select " Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer"
    This should now change the text inside the text box
    6. With the text box still being selected, copy it (entire object not text)
    7. Open Illustrator > Create new Doc
    8. Use the "paste" function > Done
    You should now have the desired text useable in illustrator. If your text reverts back. Outline the text in InDesign first > Copy object > Paste into Illustrator document.Hope this helps :)

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