Extensis Announces Availability of Suitcase for Mac OS X
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO--Sept. 25, 2001--Extensis today announced at Seybold Conference & Expo in San Francisco that its award-winning Suitcase font management solution will be available for Mac OS X on November 19, 2001.
Suitcase makes activating, previewing and managing fonts faster and easier than ever before. Suitcase for Mac OS X will be available to all registered owners of Suitcase 10 at no additional charge. Extensis is located in booth number 845.
"Extensis is committed to being the leading font management provider for Mac OS X,'' said Craig Keudell, Extensis General Manager. "Suitcase users will benefit from Mac OS X's direct support for OpenType and TrueType fonts and we are pleased to deliver the Mac OS X version of Suitcase to existing Suitcase 10 subscribers free of charge.''
"As the adoption of Mac OS X continues to grow, numerous developers are finding our next generation operating system to be extremely robust, versatile and tremendous for new business opportunities,'' said Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. "Suitcase for Mac OS X broadens the applications available to Mac users and we're delighted to receive Extensis' support.''
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