Suitcase is owned by someone else now, and it has been totally re-written. While you don't HAVE to have it in OSX, it's still easier because you can turn on and off fonts on the fly - using OSX to do it, you would have to move fonts in and out of folders manually and re-launch your app. Plus, the apps have to be cocoa to take advantage of it, and I don't know of any commercial apps that are cocoa.<br><br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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