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“You’ll want this upgrade.”

Macworld awards Suitcase Fusion 6 four and a half mice!



Excerpts from the review:

  • Improvements in speed, stability and font inspiration will make the upgrade attractive to all Suitcase Fusion users.
  • If you have a new Retina display or are using the latest creative applications, you’ll want this upgrade.
  • Suitcase Fusion 6 is a mature product that’s keeping pace with new operating systems, applications, and the online community.
  • Besides the flatter interface, the most noticeable change in Suitcase Fusion 6 is the new Fontspiration panel.
  • Because many designers work on multiple computers and need to have access to the same fonts and font environment in multiple locations, Suitcase Fusion 6 provides a two-location license and has a new Archive and Restore feature.
  • Besides auto-activating fonts used in a document when you open it in any app, Suitcase Fusion’s FontSense technology embeds font identification information into documents saved in Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator CS5 and higher, and QuarkXPress 9 and 10
  • Suitcase Fusion can also keep your font collection healthy by checking fonts for corruption, repairing them, and cleaning your Mac’s font caches—useful when you’ve been adding and removing a lot of fonts or font versions, or when you suspect your apps are having font-related issues.
  • Google has an ever-growing collection of free fonts that you can explore, activate and download from within Suitcase Fusion. You can even use this ability in combination with Suitcase Fusion’s QuickMatch feature to find fonts that look similar to any font you have.


Read the full Macworld review.



“You’ll wonder how you lived without a professional font management solution.”

Excerpts from the review:

  • If you’re using an earlier version of Suitcase and thinking of moving to a newer operating system, the upgrade is worth the price for compatibility alone.
  • This release is fully compatible with the newest operating systems, Yosemite and Windows 8.1. If you’ve recently upgraded your OS, or are thinking of doing so, this alone makes the upgrade to Suitcase Fusion 6 worthwhile to avoid incompatibilities.
  • …those panels they are now HTML5-based and noticeably faster and more responsive.
  • Suitcase Fusion is not just about font activation. It has a nice array of features that can inspire you and make it easier to collaborate with others.
  • One terrific new feature that I’ve already taken advantage of is the ability to back-up your Font Vault to either Dropbox or GoogleDrive.
  • If you’re not using a font manager and have more than just the core system fonts installed, give Fusion a try. You’ll wonder how you lived without a professional font management solution.


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“It’s the only font manager I trust.”

Excerpts from the review:

  • It has grown into a complete font management system.
  • Features that professionals with large font collections and a love for typography can truly use and appreciate.
  • QuickMatch is, for me, the best feature of all.
  • QuickMatch is one of those things you just have to see to believe, and quickly becomes a go-to tool.
  • Rather than just throw frivolous features against the wall to see what sticks, Extensis has worked hard to only add the best ones, the most useful ones—and make sure they work as advertised.
  • Extensis understands that many designers work on a desktop and laptop, they’ve made it easy to backup your font Vault to Dropbox or Google Drive and restore it to another computer
  • The built-in Font Sense technology makes sure the exact font used in your document is the one that gets activated—even when you have multiple versions of the same font (I’m looking at you, Helvetica!)


Read the complete GraphicMac review

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“Suitcase Fusion also is the most reliable font manager.”

Excerpts from the review:

  • Suitcase Fusion is about the only font manager that has never caused any problems on my machine
  • The honour for making me drool — and probably plenty of other users — is that Suitcase Fusion 6 now supports Dropbox and Google Drive
  • Makes synchronising fonts between remote offices a lot more transparent and is by itself worth the upgrading price
  • Another great reason to drool is the font panel inside Adobe applications


Read the complete IT Enquirer review


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