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Adobe CC Plugin Compatibility Plan (Fall 2016)


#1

As June 2016 approaches, Extensis Font Developers are hard at work building and testing new Adobe CC compatible plugins for the next Creative Cloud release.
While we can’t share our release plan until Adobe does, we are working toward delivering our latest compatible plugins near to the date when Adobe ships their new updates.

With that said, we caution you when upgrading your production machines until you have confirmed compatibility between our font plugins and the latest Creative Cloud updates.
We will keep you posted here, so please watch this post or check back for updates.

Let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Cheers,
Chris Meyer
Extensis Font Solutions Team


#2

Hello all,

Adobe has delivered its latest CC 2015 (June 2016) release today requiring new plugin updates from Extensis.
Extensis is planning the following release plan for all of its Font Management solutions.

Suitcase Fusion News
The latest Suitcase Fusion version 18.1 is posted on our website and available for update directly through the application. For more details check out the following forums post:

Extensis website links:
Mac - http://bin.extensis.com/SuitcaseFusion7-M-18-1-0.zip
Windows - http://bin.extensis.com/SuitcaseFusion7-W-18-1-0.zip

Universal Type Client News
The UTS team is preparing its official release in a week.
In the meanwhile, if you rely on UTC auto-activation plugins please refrain from updating your CC applications until the UTC 6.1 release is official. I will update this post as soon as installers are made public.

Important
As always, please DO NOT manually copy plugins into Adobe plug-ins folders that are not intended to be there.
Suitcase and Universal Type Client require separate plugin versions and may not work as expected.
Using incompatible plugins may even cause your Adobe applications to unexpectedly crash.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Cheers,
Chris Meyer
Extensis Font Solutions Team


#3

Fall 2016 Update
Hello all,

Another Fall is upon us and that means vacations have come to an end. Everyone is back and gearing up for another exciting year at Extensis.

Our development teams have begun the next round of CC prerelease compatibility testing and plan to deliver Font Activation plugins as soon as Adobe releases its next Creative Cloud update.
However, due to partner confidentiality restrictions we are unable to disclose the specific release details at this time.

With that said, stay tuned to the Extensis and Adobe websites for further details.
I will update this post once more information becomes available.
Additional details will also be communicated through the Extensis blog site: blog.extensis.com.

Cheers,
Chris Meyer
Extensis Product Team


#4

Adobe announced this morning its Creative Cloud 2017 release. That means new applications requiring new font activation plugins.
Extensis has been vigorously testing for a few months now and is readying its new plugins for public release.

Please check out our blog post for up-to-date details:
http://blog.extensis.com/adobe/adobe-creative-cloud-2017-extensis-products.php

Let us know if you have any questions,

Cheers,
Chris Meyer
Extensis Font Solutions Team


#5

Suitcase Fusion 7 (v18.2.0)
CC2017 compatible plugins have been released in the latest product update.
Installers can be downloaded from here:
www.extensis.com/support/product-support/suitcase-fusion-7/

Universal Type Client (v6.1.2)
CC2017 compatible plugins are being finalized this week and will be available soon.
The product team is targeting launch sometime next week. I will update this post with more information as it becomes available.

Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

cheers,
Chris


#6

Universal Type Client (v6.1.2)
CC2017 compatible plugins have been released in the latest product update.
Installers can be downloaded from here:
www.extensis.com/support/product-support/universal-type-server-6/

Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

cheers,
Chris