Current version: Mac - 6.1.6, Windows - 6.1.6
(released 24 April 2018)
OS X 10.11 and later include System Integrity Protection, a fundamental change that helps protect your Mac against malware.
For information on how this impacts Universal Type Client, see the Known Issues.
For more information about System Integrity Protection, see this article.
Fixed an issue where After Effects could report an auto-activated font as missing. [UTS-5996]
Fixed an issue where Photoshop would not save Font Sense information in Large Document Format (.PSB) files. [UTS-7459]
Fixed an issue where After Effects for Macintosh did not display an “out of compliance” message when a font could not be automatically activated due to license restrictions. [UTS-7639]
Fixed an issue where the auto-activated fonts in an InDesign document embedded in another InDesign document were shown either as generic or as garbled text. [UTS-7665]
Fixed an issue where After Effects for Macintosh did not display activated fonts in a document with fonts that are not available to Universal Type Server. [UTS-7673]
Fixed an issue where auto-activating alternate fonts for a document with Font Sense metadata when the document is opened resulted in the alternate fonts displaying with the default font. [UTS-7679]
Fixed an issue where fonts in a PDF or EPS file embedded in an InDesign document would not auto-activate. [UTS-7815]
Fixed an issue where a Typekit dialog could not be dismissed if the Photoshop auto-activation plug-in is active on macOS. [UTS-8126]
Fixed an issue where the Universal Type Core Client sync time was not updating. [TS-2395]
Fixed an issue where InDesign took a long time to save a document when fonts were activated. [TS-2470]
Fixed an issue where macOS could not verify the Universal Type Client during installation. [TS-2499]
Universal Type Client or Core Client 6.1.x can only connect to Universal Type Server 6.1.0 or later. If your organization is running an older version of Type Server, do not upgrade to this version of Universal Type Client or Core Client.
To install Universal Type Client, double click the installer icon and allow the installer to guide you.
To use the Universal Type Client, you must connect to a Universal Type Server. To connect, you need the following information provided by your server administrator:
Launch the client and enter the information above to connect.
NOTE: In June 2016, Adobe released significant upgrades to some Creative Cloud 2015 applications. To differentiate these upgraded applications from the original CC 2015 releases, they are listed here as “CC 2015.x”.
Universal Type Client includes Auto-Activation plug-in and Extensis Font Panel support for the following applications:
Universal Type Client includes Auto-Activation plug-in support for the following applications: