Free Upgrade for Registered Suitcase Server Owners Available Immediately
PORTLAND, Ore.--June 17, 2002--Extensis today announced the release of Suitcase Server for OS X.
Suitcase Server supports both Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server, and is available free to all registered owners of Suitcase Server 8, 9, and 10 via electronic download from the Extensis website at www.extensis.com.
"Extensis has made a commitment to migrating its products to the Mac OS X environment. Suitcase and Suitcase Server are the first products available with more coming in the future," said Craig Keudell, General Manager for Extensis. "We are very excited to provide users a complete system for managing fonts in Mac OS X."
In Mac OS X, there are four or more Fonts folders available to users; making font management more critical than ever before. With Suitcase and Suitcase Server 10.1, users can now view fonts in all Mac OS X font directories, and activate or de-activate fonts in Cocoa, Carbon and Classic applications.
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