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Well... I've searched the DB and didn't find any thread that had opinions on the best centralized font management across a network.
I currently use FontExplorer X Pro on Snow Leopard but I need to set up the office with a networked font management tool.
Has Suitcase got it's act together now?
Should I stick with FontExplorer X Pro?
I tried FontCase but it fucked up all my fonts and loads incredibly slow for me... I just went back to Suitcase. Not as pretty but it's fast and it works.
Suitcase Fusion, no problems....
Good to know. Thanks
For centralized font management across a network, we recommend that you use our client/server font manager, Universal Type Server. This allows you to ensure that all users who are connected to the server have the same set of fonts, track license compliance, control system fonts and so forth.
Suitcase Fusion is typically best used for single-user font management when synchronization between users, license tracking and such isn't as prominent a need.
I use FontBook, because I really don't have a need for anything more than that honestly. FontExplorerX was cool, then they were like, "let's charge people for it, and add all this other shit to it like a Store".
FontExplorer X Server is what you want