Extensis updates Suitcase font manager

Extensis has updated its Suitcase Fusion font management program to version 6. This follows immediately after Apple’s OS X Yosemite release and supports the latest Mac version, as well as the Retina screens. It also works alongside Adobe’s Creative Cloud 2014 plug-ins and panels to auto-activate fonts in Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. It also works with QuarkXPress.

There’s also support for Dropbox and Google Drive for Cloud-based Archive & Restore. Extensis has also improved the Fontspiration panel for showing new typographic samples.

Jim Kidwell, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Extensis noted: “With large font collections comes problems finding, sorting and using them. Suitcase Fusion 6 provides a central hub which integrates into modern workflows, enabling designers to focus on design versus losing time trying to find what they need.”





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