Fontcase is a new font management tool for Mac OS X that looks similar to iTunes or iPhoto.
With a new iPhoto on the way, plus all the graphic art hardware and software products on display at Macworld Expo, we bring in a trio of creative pros to discuss this week’s developments.
TypeTrax is a new design project management tool developed by FontAgent's developer and Moksa, which works with Adobe Creative Suite, Canto Cumulus and FontAgent itself.
Use OS X 10.5’s Font Book to organize folders full of assorted fonts.
FontAgent Pro now includes auto-activation plug-ins for QuarkXpress 8 and Adobe Creative Suite 4.
Last month, Extensis updated its single-user font management tool, and James Dempsey takes a closer look at how to use Suitcase Fusion to take the headaches out of font management.
Suitcase Fusion 2 is the latest version of Extensis' font management software for Mac OS X.
Just because you’ve upgraded to a new Mac doesn’t mean your old machine is finished. James Dempsey has several suggestions for ways that creative professionals can squeeze more life out of aging hardware.
First announced in January, Universal Type Server manages fonts for multiple users in small workgroups or large corporations. The product ships next week.
Ted Landau highlights problems with funky fonts and incorrectly assigned ownership that can stem from the installation of the latest version of Microsoft’s productivity suite.