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    Removing the Anti Aliasing of Text in flash?

    Hi Folks.

    Is it possible to remove the anti aliasing effect flash automatically adds to text?

    Many thanks

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    set text to dynamic text and make it unselectable.
    and yet again buzzfuttock answers his own questions!
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    and of course use bitmap fonts

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzFuttock
    set text to dynamic text and make it unselectable.
    and yet again buzzfuttock answers his own questions!
    :-)
    this is generally the easiest way... however, if you're using an obscure font, then users that dont have that font on their computer will see it in times new roman or some other yucky font...
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    There are bitmap fonts that can be embedded in a movie (aka aliased) and still look "blocky"..
    The trick is to get a font where the fonty bits are on whole pixels.. Flash then doesn't smooth the edges.
    Try

    http://www.dafont.com/bitmap.php
    en francais, but there is an english version if required..

    HTH
    James


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