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The Suitcase Fusion Core is the background application that keeps your fonts active, communicates with the auto-activation plug-ins and more.

In Suitcase Fusion 2 and earlier versions, the preferences for the Core were contained within the Mac OS X system preferences or the Windows Control Panel.

With the release of Suitcase Fusion 3, these Core preferences were moved into the Suitcase Fusion application preferences.

To open the core preferences, launch Suitcase Fusion 3 and choose:

  • Suitcase Fusion 3 > Preferences (Mac OS X)
  • Tools > Preferences (Windows)
Then click on the FMCore tab to view the Core preferences where you can stop the core, or move the font vault to a new location.


8 comments on “Where are my Suitcase Fusion Core preferences?

  1. It works really well. Having moved FMCore in the preferences of SF3 is much better and coherent.

  2. …It’s great until the non-updated error dialog box instructs you to use the System Preferences pane to fix a problem, and WON’T LAUNCH THE APP

  3. We also got that message, but we can’t reach those settings because the only option is ‘Quit’… Is there already a solution?

    Suitcase Fusion 3 could not open the Font Vault at the location “/Users/username/Library/Extensis/Suitcase Fusion.fontvault” because it is in use by another user. To access your fonts, please launch the Suitcase Fusion Core System Preferences Pane to select a different Font Vault or to create a new one.

    There is only one user on this computer and the computer was restarted several times.

  4. Been in and out of hospitals for 4-1/2 months since Jan. when I bought a new iMac and just now installed Suitcase Fusion 3, and I can’t keep it open to go to the damn prefrences to address the “core”, what do I do??

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