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WYSIWYG in OS8 not working

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I can not WYSIWYG menus for my fonts.  I am using suitcase w OS8.1  Any suggestions.
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yeah makes sure the pref for wysiwyg is set to on in the suitcase DA. make sure youre suitcase extension is loading at startup and make sure youre using the latest version of suitcase. also try starting up with nothing but system extensions and the suitcase extension to rule out extension conflicts. if all else fails reinstall suitcase...its not too big.
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Suitcase 3.02 is the latest version of which I am aware. Previous versions are unpredictable with System 8.x .
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im using 3.0.1 and it works fine.
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