Mar 7 2006
Extensis updates Suitcase Fusion to version 12.0.1
Extensis has posted an update to its newly released font management software that “fuses” the strengths of Suitcase X1 with Font Reserve. The update is available to registered user of Suitcase Fusion and may be downloaded by logging in to the Extensis web site and accessing all updates that are available to you via the “My Products” page in your user account.
The full version of Extensis Suitcase Fusion sells for USD$99.95 for a single license and USD$479.95 for a five user pack. In addition, upgrades to Suitcase Fusion are available for USD$49.95 from Suitcase X1 or Font Reserve 3.
A complete list of changes made in version 12.0.1 is listed beyond the “read more.”
Changes in Suitcase Fusion 12.0.1
- Face level font activation now works for fonts that are added in-place when you move fonts to a new location on the same volume.
- When you import a previous database that contains permanently activated fonts, Suitcase Fusion now continues to operate.
- Fonts that are added to Suitcase Fusion in-place can be activated using Face level activation, even when their location path is longer than 255 characters.
- You can now open PDF files that contain Font Sense data which were previously saved from either Illustrator or InDesign in the Apple’s Preview application.
- When you open auto-activated fonts, all duplicate font warnings are now real warnings.
- When no longer managing System fonts with Suitcase Fusion, Suitcase Fusion now continues to operate as expected.
- Permanently active fonts added in place will now show up in applications when Suitcase Fusion is lanched.
- System font conflicts are now resolved properly in QuarkXPress 6.x, Adobe Illustrator CS, CS2, and InDesign CS and CS2.
- Auto-activating a base weight of certain fonts no longer causes all fonts with a name matching the base weight to be activated.
- Certain permanently active fonts in the font vault will now reactivate properly upon restart even if there is a duplicate of that font in the system folder.