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I have a license for Adobe’s Font Folio and scores of others, so with more than 6,000 fonts on my computer I rely heavily on Suitcase extensively to manage them.Suitcase Fusion makes this simple by allowing the creation of font sets and the ability to activate fonts with a simple mouse click.For example, if the export Mac's hard drive is named "Macintosh HD" and the import Mac's hard drive is named "HD1", then you'll need to do a search and replace on the export file before importing: Another example is placing a folder of fonts in a different location before importing.If the export Mac has a font folder at "Macintosh HD: Font Library" and the import Mac has the same font folder at "Macintosh HD: Users:jane: Font Library" then you'd need to do a search for the export path and replace with the import path before importing. Special set and font attributes aren't supported, for example Application sets, Suitcase Server sets and temporary fonts.Export and Import Suitcase Sets has been tested with Suitcase Fusion, X1 and 10 on Power PC and Intel Macs running Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5.(Suitcase Fusion 2 or higher, and Suitcase Server are not compatible.) If the path to a font changes, you'll need to update the export file before importing.There are two utilities I install on every new Mac I use, the same two I’ve been installing before anything else since the mid-to-late 90s. Upgrades over the years have added new features, but their core functionality hasn’t changed much—other than they just keep working better with age. Extensis Suitcase Fusion started out as a simple font activation tool, but over the years it has grown into a complete font management system.While competing font managers struggle to add “me-too” features, Suitcase Fusion has built upon its core font activation tools with features that professionals with large font collections and a love for typography can truly use and appreciate.

Recently I upgraded to version 5, and found that it offers some interesting new features, while remaining an indispensable part of my digital toolset.

It should only take about 5-10 minutes to go through. The "System Fonts" container in Suitcase Fusion shows a list of the fonts located in the C:\Windows\Fonts folder.

Now that you are using Suitcase Fusion, C:\Windows\Fonts should only contain essential fonts for the Windows operating system and your personal design fonts should be in the Suitcase Fusion "Font Library".

Did you ever wish you could create a set from fonts those used in a particular document? Open the Suitcase Fusion 5 menu from In Design or Illustrator (this feature is available in Photoshop as well, but is located under the File Automate menu) and choose Creative Document Set.

Collecting the font files from Suitcase Fusion 5 is also snap.