CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--Dec. 3, 2001--Bitstream announced today that Corel Corporation has licensed DiamondSoft's Font Reserve, the highly acclaimed font manager for the Macintosh and the first Mac OS X font manager. The Corel Edition of Font Reserve is included in the recently released CorelDRAW 10 for Macintosh and Corel GRAPHICS SUITE 10 for Macintosh. Font Reserve is created by DiamondSoft, in which Bitstream holds a minority interest.
"Both Corel and Bitstream are recognized for their significant 'firsts' on Mac OS X. This deal further demonstrates our commitment to provide exceptional offerings for Macintosh customers,'' said Ian LeGrow, Executive Vice-President of Creative Products, Corel Corporation. "Font management is an integral part of a designer's workflow. We are pleased to provide our Macintosh customers with another powerful tool that enhances their productivity.''
The Corel Edition of Font Reserve is a natural complement to CorelDRAW 10 for Macintosh and its comprehensive collection of tools for page layout, vector illustration, and graphic design. CorelDRAW 10 for Macintosh features the unique Aqua interface, support for ColorSync and QuickTime, intuitive user interface (UI) controls, and extensive customization options that streamline the creative process and allow users to add powerful functionality to their existing tool sets.
The award-winning Font Reserve is the most feature-rich and powerful tool available for managing and using fonts on the Macintosh. You can quickly activate, preview, sort, and copy the correct fonts without guesswork or hassles. Now, with version 2.6, you can evendownload the fonts you need directly from the Internet through the MyFonts.com Web site. The Corel Edition of Font Reserve allows the user to support up to 2000 fonts in the Font Reserve database.
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