I work mostly with old Slavonic and old Greek texts where there are plenty of diacritical signs and every time when pasting text from word to InDesign, I have some problem with. For example, they are absent or improperly placed. I manage to cope with this, but the most annoying part is with slicing the word. In this example the word is чръсль and when double clicking InDesign doesn’t recognize this as a whole word and does not correctly hyphenate it: There is a linebreak between ч and pъслъ. In Word there are no such problems, I suppose the set of fonts is not the problem.
What I have to do: Compare these problem words with the original ones and just correct them. There are a lot of ways, but no way to make this automatically.
I thought because the font is not Unicode, this might be the problem, but maybe the Old Slavonic itself is. I do not know how the fonts work on this basis.