[swfmill] Embedding Bold Fonts in Simple Mode
jltindia at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 9 18:07:16 PDT 2005
Hey Thanks a Ton
I ended up embedding 2 fonts verdana.ttf and
verdanab.ttf after that just setting
font = verdana
works just fine for both the desired results. since
swfmill embedded fonts are accessible by their
qualified names and not their ID's
btw Any news on when 0.2.8? Dan posted somewhere that
he has added support for referring to fonts by their
--- Jonathan Buhacoff <jonathan at greetme.com> wrote:
> My experience is that the text disappears if the
> correct font is not
> embedded in the movie. Maybe there is another font
> file or id, for
> example verdanabold ?
> On Aug 9, 2005, at 10:01 AM, Dj wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'm trying to use swfmill to embed a bold font
> > into a swf which then is injected with code from
> > MTASC. my font deinition looks like
> > <font id="verdana"
> > import="src/static/fonts/verdana.ttf" bold="true"
> > />
> > inside a library tag
> > I am able to use the embedded font in the normal
> > but as soon as i set
> > sometextformat.bold = true;
> > and try to apply the textformat the text
> > (indicating that FP is unable to find the font
> > Can anyone help????
> > What is the parameter to use for the bold font
> face in
> > the simple mode definitions file?
> > Dj
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