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jyo
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Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: North West Arkansas
 
2007-06-25, 21:12

I am currently running Font Reserve for all Mac's in my environment. We recently added Intel-based Mac's and I naively included Font Reserve 3 in the Intel build. I found out today that Font Reserve 3 was never tested on Mac/Intel by Extensis.

So, I'm looking for a good replacement.

Will Suitcase Fusion do the trick? I would definitely move to server-based management.

What about Apple Font Book? Is it a good replacement? How about a good temporary replacement?
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rampancy
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Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Fredericton, New Brunswick
 
2007-06-26, 12:18

You might want to look into LinoType FontExplorer X. It's no Suitcase, but it's still a good font management program.

You also might want to look into a review at ArsTechnica.

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