Extensis announced on Friday that they’ve released an
Font Reserve that brings the font management tool to version 3.1.3. The upgrade makes Font Reserve compatible with Mac OS X v.10.3 (Panther) and is free to registered users.
Font Reserve provides a single point of access for all your fonts. You can use it to activate fonts, font families, font suitcases, or font sets with a single click as well as activate and deactivate them in your Mac OS X and Classic applications, organize them with drag-and-drop simplicity, export and import font lists.
It also features full AppleScript support as well as support for all the popular Mac font formats, including PostScript Type 1, TrueType, Multiple Master, Windows TrueType, OpenType, Apple’s dFonts, and double-byte fonts. And when you want to add new typefaces, Font Reserve offers direct access to the
MyFonts.com Web site, where you can your purchase and download the new fonts directly into the application.
Font Reserve 3.1 is US$99.95; you can download a 30-day trial from the Extensis Web site. You can upgrade from a previous version for $49.95.