Morrison SoftDesign announces the release of FontDoctor v5.5 for Macintosh.
FontDoctor is the leading software tool for font problem diagnosis, repair,
and organization. FontDoctor is a professional software application that
will locate and eliminate hard-to-find font problems that wreak havoc on
the Macintosh system performance and applications. FontDoctor will scan
font folders (on local hard drives or over a network) to locate and repair
common font illnesses, including missing Postscript fonts, missing bitmaps,
corrupt/damaged fonts, font ID conflicts, extra fonts sizes, mixed fonts
types, and lots more.
Version 5.5 introduces new features, including a Font Mover window that
allows OS X users to easlily view suitcase contents, move and copy between
font suitcases, and more.
FontDoctor automatically organizes your font files by font name, family
name, alphabetically, or by a whole host of other flexible font
organization options. FontDoctor will also print font sample sheets,
convert Windows fonts to Macintosh (and vice-versa), and generate font
diagnosis and organization reports as needed.
FontDoctor has been widely accepted as the standard tool for font problem
diagnosis and repair by many publishing industry professionals. “Morrison
SoftDesign has once again improved upon the industry standard product for
font diagnosis, repair, and organization,” said Mike Wong, Suitcase product
manager for Extensis. “Extensis is pleased to offer our customers
FontDoctor 5.5 with Suitcase, providing them with a complete package for
detecting, repairing and managing their font needs in a painless and simple
FontDoctor for Macintosh v5.5 is available for Mac OS X and Classic (MacOS
8.6 – MacOS 9.x)
A free demonstration version can be downloaded from MorrisonSoftDesign.com,
and can be ordered directly from the MorrisonSoftDesign.com website to be
shipped as a CD or as a download.
FontDoctor is available for $69.99/Single User License, and $350.00/Site
License. Version 5.5 is a free upgrade to registered users.
FontDoctor supports TrueType (Macintosh and Windows (.ttf) versions),
PostScript Type 1, PostScript Type 3, Multiple Master fonts, OpenType
fonts, DataFork fonts, and bitmap fonts.