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Extensis Announces Suitcase Fusion Leopard Optimization Update

Extensis Announces Mac OS X 10.5 Optimization Update for Suitcase Fusion

Update for Extensis Suitcase Fusion automatically adjusts system settings
for professional font management on Leopard.

PORTLAND, Ore. – November 29, 2007 – Extensis, a division of Celartem,
Inc., today announced Suitcase Fusion 12.1.7, a free update to its
single-user font management application. Although previously compatible
with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, this update will ensure that important system
settings are automatically adjusted rather than requiring the user to
complete the changes manually. Additionally, the update ensures that
Leopard’s new system fonts can be managed via Suitcase Fusion’s Manage
System Fonts feature.

Since the launch of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Suitcase Fusion and Font Reserve
Server have maintained Mac OS X 10.5 compatibility. A compatibility update
for Suitcase Server X1 will be forthcoming, as will updates for the
Portfolio 8.5 product line.

In addition to this update for Leopard optimization, all Extensis font
management products also include auto-activation plug-ins for Adobe
Illustrator and InDesign CS3. These plug-ins are crucial for anyone using
Creative Suite 3 on Leopard, as Adobe Creative Suite 2 applications were
not designed for Leopard. For more information, download the Adobe Leopard
support pdf: (http://www.adobe.com/support/products/pdfs/leopardsupport.pdf)

“Extensis knows how important it is for our users to be able to work
seamlessly within the operating system of their choice,” said Cindy
Valladares, Product Marketing Manager at Extensis. “Our goal is to ensure
that our font management products are both optimized for the new Mac OS and
offer the auto-activation plug-ins users need for the latest creative
applications, which is what a professional font management system should
do.”

This update continues to enhance the benefits for professional users who
require a level of precision and control that a basic font manager can’t
provide. For more information on the benefits of a professional font
management solution, please visit

(http://www.extensis.com/font-management-for-pros)

The update is free to registered users and is immediately available in
English, French and German via the Extensis website at:
(http://www.extensis.com/en/support/product_support.jsp?id=100026). This is
a recommended update for users on all versions of Mac OS X. For information
on the Leopard compatibility of all Extensis products, please visit:
(http://www.extensis.com/en/support/leopard_compatibility.jsp)

In addition to this update for Suitcase Fusion, a newly updated version of
the Extensis “Font Management in OS X Best Practices Guide” is now
available on the Extensis site, and includes best practices for managing
fonts in Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). The Best Practices Guide can be
downloaded at: (http://www.extensis.com/fmbpg).

About Extensis
Extensis is a software developer that allows creative workgroups and
professionals to streamline their workflow and secure their brand by
efficiently and effectively managing their creative assets and fonts.
Extensis’ award-winning client/server and desktop products are used by
hundreds of Fortune 5000 companies and include Suitcase, Suitcase Fusion,
and Font Reserve for font management and Portfolio for creative assets
management. Extensis was founded in 1993 and is based in Portland, Oregon,
and the United Kingdom. Extensis is a division of Celartem Inc., which is
wholly owned by Celartem Technology Inc., (Hercules: 4330). For additional
information, visit (http://www.extensis.com) or call 1-800-796-9798.

About Celartem
Celartem Technology Inc. develops and sells innovative technologies for
storage, access and distribution of rich media content. Celartem has
developed technology in the areas of digital image compression, scalable
image viewing and secure content distribution and management. Celartem is
listed on the Osaka Securities Exchange, Hercules:4330. Established in
1996, Celartem is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and has a wholly owned
subsidiary, Celartem Inc. with headquarters in Seattle.

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