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Extensis Suitcase 10.1.1 + FontBook 3.5.2


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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
extensis_suitcase_10.1.bec_.hqx (14.91 MB)
MD5: 955b67b110e5c20b0545717a8cfc448b
For Mac OS 9
Emulation
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Firefox users, beware, this is a .hqx-archive!

The archive includes the installer of the U.S. version of Extensis Suitcase 10.1.1.
The installer also installs a registered version of FontBook 3.5.2 US.
Serial: SME-100-001-900-333333
System Requirements: Mac OS 8.6 - 9.2.2, Mac OS X.
Not tested on emulation, but is supposed to work in the classic environment of Mac OS X.

If you want to uninstall Suitcase and get rid of the serial information, this information is stored in an invisible file called SME which is in the applications support folder of the system folder.

See also: Extensis Suitcase XI

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

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shelleyfrank's picture
by shelleyfrank - 2015, January 26 - 3:47am

Thanks

Vitoarc's picture
by Vitoarc - 2010, October 24 - 6:48pm

xy: It was many years ago but I'm pretty certain that TypeBook did in fact come bundled with Suitcase, and that's why I asked. I never would have used TypeBook and in fact never did, yet I own the floppy.

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by Vitoarc - 2010, October 24 - 6:46pm

There's a trick. Click on "edit this page" and then click on the app from there to download. Then just exit the page without actually editing anything (that's assuming you have no desire to edit the wiki). Smile

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by shelleyfrank - 2010, October 24 - 4:52pm

The download link doesn't work yet. I'll be patient, if that's the case. Thanks for responding to my request xy.

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by xy - 2010, October 24 - 4:11pm

FontBook is by LemkeSoft:
http://www.lemkesoft.com/content/190/fontbook.html
and has nothing to do with TypeBook. It's a complety different app (a good one actually).
Whether earlier versions of Suitcase included TypeBook I don't know. Actually I never used Suitcase, as I work with very few selected fonts only.

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by Vitoarc - 2010, October 24 - 3:59pm

Interesting. So was "the TypeBook" later changed to "FontBook" in later versions of Suitcase do you know?