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    dubba you tee eff steven_h_2000's Avatar
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    blurry text help!!

    ok so...

    i have a completely flash website, it has the main swf at which does the unloadMovie() and loadMovie(), all works fine EXCEPt...only on the movies that get loaded in via loadMovie(), the text is blurry as if the font wasnt embedded

    know any way around this please?

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    Is the font embedded? I'm sure you know about keeping your text on even numbered x & y #'s. Is the movie getting loaded into a target that's not on even coordinates?

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    good point, i will check that, i remember discovering that problem myself, ill double check that - thanks!

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    doesnt seem to work....thing is it works fine when not loaded dynamicly into the main movie, at which i have double checked that the holder MC is at 0,0 so that should simply not be an issue


    heeeeeeelpp!!! pleeeaaasse *cries* lol

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    You're loading into an empty clip, right? Delete that clip, and re-drag it to the stage, place it where you want. Now test it.

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    nope.....nothing

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    actually now that im reviewing each section of the site, i realize that the text is blurry without being loaded into the main movie

    ive made the text x/y's even and yet its still blurry..........

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    here is one section of what im workign with, as you can see the text is quite blurry

    btw use flash mx 04 pro to test/view this fla


    any help is greatly appreciated
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    Can't do it. I use MX, not 04. Save you file as MX and upload it. Then I can check it out.

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    oh ok, here ya go
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    *bump*

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    *bump*...cmon ...somebody???

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    *bump*

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    You didn't check that all your text is on EVEN coordinates. As a matter of fact, None of it was. I changed it all and attached the new file.

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    i REALLY appreciate your efforts to help me, thanks alot!!! ill work on the rest of the sections now heh

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