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Adobe Type Manager Deluxe 4.0

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ATMDeluxe4CD.ZIP (183.44 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Adobe Type Manager (ATM) is the name of a family of computer programs created and marketed by Adobe Systems for use with their Type 1 fonts. The current version is Adobe ATM Light 4.1.2, available from Adobe's FTP (English).

The original ATM was created for the Apple Macintosh computer platform to scale PostScript Type 1 fonts for the computer monitor, and for printing to non-PostScript printers. Mac Type 1 fonts come with screen fonts set to display at certain point sizes only. In Macintosh operating systems prior to Mac OS X, Type 1 fonts set at other sizes would appear jagged on the monitor. ATM allowed Type 1 fonts to appear smooth at any point size, and to print well to non-PostScript devices.

Around 1996, Adobe expanded ATM into a font-management program called ATM Deluxe; the original ATM was rechristened ATM Light. ATM Deluxe performed the same font-smoothing function as ATM Light, but performed a variety of other functions: activation and deactivation of fonts; creating sets of fonts that could be activated or deactivated simultaneously; viewing and printing font samples; and scanning for duplicate fonts, font format conflicts, and PostScript fonts missing screen or printer files.

Around 2001, with Apple's Mac OS X (and Microsoft's Windows 2000 and XP), support for Type 1 fonts was built into the operating system using ATM Light code contributed by Adobe. ATM for Mac was then no longer necessary for font imaging or printing.

Adobe discontinued development of ATM Deluxe for Macintosh after Apple moved to Mac OS X. Adobe ceased selling ATM Deluxe in 2005. ATM Deluxe does not work reliably under OS X (even under Classic), however, ATM Light is still helpful to Type 1 font users under Classic.

From Wikipedia.

The Adobe Type Manager Deluxe 4.0 CD-ROM contains the installer, documentation and Adobe tryouts.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

- Macintosh with 68020/30/40 or PowerPC processor
- Apple System Software 7.01 or later
- 8 MB of RAM
- 6 MB hard disk space
- Hard disk and CD-ROM drive

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24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2015, April 14 - 1:53pm

Cant find the booklet at the moment.
Maybe some of these will work:

Adobe Type Manager Deluxe
v4.0.3
CIB00000000001-999-266
v4.0
CIB00000000001-999-266 CIB00000000002-999-899 CIBXBKWM000001-999-178
v4.0fc9
ATW400P1234852-273 ATW400P1234567-912 CIB00000000001-999-266

jrethorst's picture
by jrethorst - 2015, April 13 - 8:02pm

Needs a serial number.

Rin Elyran's picture
by Rin Elyran - 2014, August 7 - 9:14pm

Is there a serial number that goes with this? I tried installing it, and only got as far as the serial number entry dialog.

themacmeister's picture
by themacmeister - 2011, January 15 - 4:55am

Many thanks, will try this with BasiliskII, OS 8.0 fpu.