When I open Suitcase Fusion on Mac OS X, I get the error: “Suitcase Fusion could not open the Font Vault at the location: Users/[UserName]/Library/Extensis/Suitcase Fusion/Suitcase Fusion.fontvault".
This error can occur when Suitcase Fusion tries to launch after a power failure or when the computer stops responding. It can also occur after upgrading to a new version of Suitcase Fusion or if your font vault has become damaged.
2) Navigate to: [Macintosh HD]/Users/[UserName]/Library/Preferences/ and remove any files that begin with: com.extensis
3) Navigate to: [Macintosh HD]/Users/[UserName]/Library/Extensis/Suitcase Fusion/ and move: Suitcase Fusion.fontvault to your Desktop.
4) Launch Suitcase Fusion from your Dock or Applications folder. You should now have a clean slate; a fresh start; an empty "Font Library" (i.e. fontvault).
5) Are there font sets in your old fontvault you would like to recover?
2) Move the Suitcase Fusion.fontvault on your Desktop back to: [Macintosh HD]/Users/[UserName]/Library/Extensis/Suitcase Fusion/
3) Launch Suitcase Fusion. If you are able to get back into your old fontvault, you simply had a bad preference file.
2) Right-click (or Control-click) on the Suitcase Fusion.fontvault and select “Show Package Contents”.
3) Navigate to the the "SA/l" folder and drag it to the Desktop; this folder contains your fonts.
4) Launch Suitcase Fusion and drag and drop the "l" folder into the Suitcase Fusion application window; the fonts will be re-imported into the new fontvault.
5) You can now remove the old Suitcase Fusion.fontvault.
6) You can now rename the "l" folder, "Backup Fonts" and move them to a backup location.