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Suitcase Fusion 5, Universal Type Client 4 gain Adobe integration

updated 05:02 am EST, Tue November 19, 2013

Extensis extends font management software integration to Creative Cloud

Extensis has revealed two font-related updates for both Suitcase Fusion 5 and Universal Type Client 4. The changes introduce direct integration with Adobe Creative Cloud, allowing designers and developers to bring Typekit fonts directly into their font management workflow, along with compatibility with OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

The updates will let users display Typekit desktop fonts through a library of their own, with the option of tagging keywords and favorites to individual fonts for later recall. Toolsets found in font management solutions by Extensis are also available to use, such as font previews, search, fast font usage sample construction, and QuickMatch for similar font searches. Extensis Font Panels are also added to Adobe Creative Cloud applications by Suitcase Fusion 5, adding previews to Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InCopy.

Both updates are free of charge to existing users, with the Suitcase Fusion 5 update available now, and the Universal Type Client 4 update expected later this month.



By Electronista Staff
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  1. jvanart

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    Beware. Suitcase caused havoc on my 2009 MP (been waiting forever for the new one) running Mavericks and Adobe CC. Absolute meltdown -- panic after panic. I will NEVER install Suitcase again. Been burned before. Never again.

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