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Not to be confused with suitcases for storing resources in classic Mac OS.

Suitcase Fusion, formerly known as just "Suitcase", is a font management utility developed and published by Extensis.


Suitcase was created by Steven L. Brecher and first published by Software Supply.[1] It was acquired by Fifth Generation Systems in 1988 and became known as Suitcase II.[2][3] Fifth Generation Systems itself was acquired by Symantec in October 1993.[4] Suitcase 3.0 was released in 1996 for System 7.5.[5] However, continued development fell behind and Suitcase suffered widely-reported problems with Mac OS 8.5. In February 1999, it was sold to Extensis, where it was quickly updated to Suitcase 8.[6][7]

Suitcase 10 was released in 2002 for users of Mac OS X and later evolved into Suitcase Fusion.[8] Version numbering was revised to match that of Adobe's Creative Cloud.[9][10] Suitcase TeamSync added support for sharing fonts over the cloud. Suitcase Fusion is not yet compatible with Apple M1 processors.[11]


  1. Suitcase by Steven L. Brecher, WorldCat. Accessed 2021-07-06.
  2. Fifth Generation Buys Suitcase, Powerstation, InfoWorld. 1988-04-18.
  3. Suitcase II by Steven L. Brecher, WorldCat. Accessed 2021-07-06.
  4. Symantec Acquires Fifth Generation Systems, Mergr. Accessed 2021-07-06.
  5. Font Outfitters by Andrew J. Cohen, TidBITS. 1996-06-24.
  6. Extensis Rescuing Suitcase, TidBITS. 1999-02-08.
  7. Suitcase 8 by Kathleen Tinkel, Macworld. 1999-07-31.
  8. A Quick Trip with Suitcase 10 by Matt Neuburg, TidBITS. 2002-04-22.
  9. Suitcase Fusion: Compatibility Guide, Extensis. Accessed 2021-07-06.
  10. Discontinued Products, Extensis. Accessed 2021-07-06.
  11. Suitcase Fusion Subscription and Pricing Information, Extensis. Accessed 2021-07-06.

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