Adobe Type Reunion was a font utility that was introduced by Adobe Systems on April 9, 1990 for modifying font menus to be organized by typeface family and to provide an in-menu preview of the fonts' appearances.
Product history[edit | edit source]
Type Reunion was originally developed by Emerald City Software, which was acquired by Adobe. The final version was Deluxe 2.6, after which Type Reunion was discontinued as applications began to implement font previews directly in their own menus, sometimes causing software conflicts.
References[edit | edit source]
- Adobe Announces Font Organizer, InfoWorld p.35. 2000-04-02.
- Emerald City Software, Crunchbase. Accessed 2019-12-11.
- Adobe Systems completes acquisition of Emerald City Software, Computer Business Review. 1990-03-26.
- Adobe Releases ATM Deluxe 4.6 with Type Reunion 2.6, TidBITS. 2000-07-17.
- Chapter 9 - Fonts and Text: Write and Wrong by Ted Landau, Sad Macs, Bombs, and Other Disasters, p.372. 2000.
See also[edit | edit source]
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- Adobe Type Reunion Deluxe (2.0) at Adobe (archived 1996-10-27)
- Adobe type reunion deluxe at the Computer History Museum (1996)
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