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Thread: BLURRING pixel fonts in multiline dynamic textfields???

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    i am really pissed of at flash.
    recently i tried to load dynamic content in a text field and display it with my commonly used (without a doubt flash-compatible) pixelfont. how can it be that it blurs? it is just the same text field.


    does anyone have answers?

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    if you're using a dynamic text box, you have to turn on font embedding. In MX, I think this is from the Character button on the left of the text panel. Just select 'Embed All'. Hope this solves your problem.

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    DYNAMIC TEXT-FIELD BUG

    the guys fron http://www.atomicmedia.net just told me that this is a known bug of flash.
    DAMMIT
    their workaround is to set the quality of the movie to low.

    (no i do not usually answer my own posts and i do not work for atomicmedia)

    bye

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    show me a font that works

    Originally posted by octothorp
    if you're using a dynamic text box, you have to turn on font embedding. In MX, I think this is from the Character button on the left of the text panel. Just select 'Embed All'. Hope this solves your problem.

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    did this,
    i am using genetica 10pt (postscript type 1 font) and it doesn't work. on line is fine, but not multiline.

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    the solution is, where you defines the loadvariables, you have to put this :

    system.useCodepage = true;

    ITS A MISTAKE OF FLASH MX, WITH THIS ALLOW YOU TO PUT HTML CODE IN THE FILE.TXT

    SORRY , MY ENGLISH IS VERY BAD.

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