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Adobe Type Reunion Deluxe 2.0 cover

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.[1]

Product historyEdit

Type Reunion was originally developed by Emerald City Software,[1] which was acquired by Adobe.[2][3] 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.[4][5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Adobe Announces Font Organizer, InfoWorld p.35. 2000-04-02.
  2. Emerald City Software, Crunchbase. Accessed 2019-12-11.
  3. Adobe Systems completes acquisition of Emerald City Software, Computer Business Review. 1990-03-26.
  4. Adobe Releases ATM Deluxe 4.6 with Type Reunion 2.6, TidBITS. 2000-07-17.
  5. Chapter 9 - Fonts and Text: Write and Wrong by Ted Landau, Sad Macs, Bombs, and Other Disasters, p.372. 2000.

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