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Suitcase X1 vs. FontAgent Pro

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I've been contemplating from switching from suitcase to fontagent pro. anyone care to share their experiences with either software?

I'm getting tired of suitcase, especially the fact that they are LAGGING on coming out with auto-activation for cs2. From what I have read, FontAgent has auto-activation even when the program is not running. FontAgent has auto-activation compatible with adobe cs2. Insider software is more up-to-date with current font management issues.

I've read a bunch of extensis reviews and it seems like many is upset with extensis and switching over to insider software's font agent.

I can download the trial version of it, but I am kind of scared of making such a big switch on a trial version. So, I ask you guys to fill me in.

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