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Suitcase Fusion 2 Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6) CompatibleToday we released a new version of our single-user font manager, Suitcase Fusion™ 2 (version 13.2) that adds support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

This update also includes:

  • Adobe InDesign and Illustrator CS2 plug-ins that are powered with our Font Sense™ technology.
  • Support for TrueType Collection (TTC) fonts, including the updated Snow Leopard system fonts.

Current Suitcase Fusion 2 users on Mac OS X Leopard v 10.5 or higher will receive this maintenance update at no cost. All current users of Suitcase Fusion 1 are eligible for upgrade pricing. English, French, and German versions of Suitcase Fusion 2 version 13.2 are now available for download from the Extensis website.

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7 comments on “Suitcase Fusion 2 now compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

  1. I just installed the update to Suitcase Fusion 2, and the fonts are screwed up worse than before! Many characters are nothing but gobbledygook… so much so that I had to ditch Suitcase entirely and put all of my commonly-used fonts into my system library. Please help!!!

  2. One caveat… the problems occurred in Apple’s Keynote and iWeb, but not at all in any Adobe product I’ve used since installing Snow Leopard (InDesign, Illustrator, PhotoShop.) Hope this helps…

  3. Support for Flash CS4 seems pretty spotty. Most the time it doesn’t embed the bold, italic gylphs. Use to work in 10.5.8 but I know Flash is pretty temperamental too. I either get just the regular font glyphs or nothing after trying to temp/perm activate Myriad Web Pro.

  4. Mark,

    Whether Flash recognizes font activation or not is handled by Flash itself. Some applications require a restart to see newly activated fonts. This would be the same with all font managers.

    If you are missing other font weights, are you sure that you’re activating all weights? Suitcase Fusion enables you to activate each weight individually, so be sure that you’re activating all weights required for your projects.

    Jim

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