Extensis releases free Suitcase Fusion Universal Application Update

A free update is now available from Extensis for Suitcase Fusion (v 12.0.x) to Suitcase Fusion Universal Application (v 12.1), providing native support for both Intel- and PPC-based Mac environments.

Suitcase Fusion 12.1 New Features:
• Native support for Intel-based Macintosh and PowerPC systems.
• Support for Apple’s Migration Assistant (see below).
• Enhanced AppleScript support (AddToVault).
• Competitive Products Manager feature for eliminating unexpected font management issues.
• Transportable Font Vault for empowering easy backups of a user’s font library, including custom metadata.
• Several stability and speed enhancements.

System Requirements:
Mac OS X v10.3.9 or higher on PowerPC-based systems, Mac OS X v 10.4.4 or higher for Intel-based systems.

More info and download link here.

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6 Comments

  1. Stopped using Suitcase about 3 months ago. Fed up with it taking ages (read minutes) to activate a font, it crashing InDesign, and over time (been using it 3 years) I get more and more “Cannot display font” in the font display preview portion of the interface, to the point at which of 50% of the 500 fonts I own did not preview.

    Went to the website to try and troubleshoot, but oh, they don’t have a troubleshooting section, just an FAQ. Even emailed them directly but got no reply.

    My 10 licenses will not be renewed.

    Installed Linotype FontExplorer X for FREE (http://www.linotype.com/fontexplorerX), and within about 10 minutes had perfect, crash & bug free font activation.

    Why is anyone actually buying font activation software anymore?

  2. I’ve tried them all – and Linotype’s FontExplorer is the only typemanager that isn’t embarrassing. Sure I miss ATM on X – but with Adobe’s current attitude we’d have to wait until fall 2007 to get a universal version.

  3. You really don’t need a font manager if working on OS X. Just copy your fonts into /Users/Username/Library/Fonts/. You can even copy fonts in a folder into there. Any native application will see them instantly.

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