This may be useful when sending jobs to service bureaus that are still in OS 9.
Also, while most current font manager applications can "bridge the gap" between the OS X native and Classic environments by making fonts you've activated available to both environments, they seem to be limited when it comes to data fork-based fonts. For example, your font manager can't make your .dfont fonts available to Classic because Classic doesn't understand how to use them. dfontifier can help more...
- Worked around an AppleScript bug affecting the System Events application within OS X v.10.2.8 specifically, where it would fail to set the file type and creator type of converted fonts, resulting in generic-looking documents rather than usable fonts.
- A couple of minor user-interface tweaks
- Mac OS X 10.2 or later