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Thread: UN-antialiasing tiny bitmap fonts....

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    I'm ctrl pasting my 8pt font (Sevenet, Silkscreen, whatever) from illustrator into flash & by default it antialiases it. It'd be a hell of a lot more legible (+ look loads better) if it didn't. Thx in advance.

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    Hello Rizz, I dont know if this is the forum for you as this is SWISH.
    Another good forum for you may well be FONTS. Thats all they talk about over there. Give them or Flash a try.
    jofta

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    N' then I might just
    Jump back on
    An' ride
    Like a cowboy
    Into the dawn
    ........To Montana.
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    guys,
    moved from Swish forum.
    I'm sure someone here will direct rizz to where he can get some of those special un-aliased fonts for small text in Flash.
    david p.

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    minml fonts not helping either...

    okay, I know it's more of the same questions but I need to get this! I downloaded the minimal fonts, abided by the rules...
    exact pixel placement, only font sizes specified, not centered & viewing in flash player.
    Still no joy.
    These fonts are still antialiasing!

    pls help; I'm thinking of using Times its got that bad!

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    er ... not sue what to suggest .... if you follow the rules they work fine (see my footer) ... you are keeping them as text and you are left aligning them? aren't you?

    Perhaps you need to give us an example to look at?

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    thanks everyone, finally got it.

    ps: I don't think sevenet7 or silkscreen work propery.
    Minimal fonts only me thinks.

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