Pretty bad advice. Using device fonts makes your text change based on the
computer its viewed on and not including font outlines requries that the
user have the font on their computer to view it properly.
The better suggestion is to look into pixel fonts. They offer very crisp
looking fonts at small sizes or even bigger sizes. Anti-aliasing is what
causes fonts to be blurry, but pixel fonts (when used correctly) are immune
to this problem. Go to [url]www.fontsforflash.com[/url], [url]www.miniml.com[/url] to see what I
mean. Make sure you read their FAQs or help docs on how to use them
Also, choose your fonts carefully in general. Some antialias better than
others and that can make a big difference.
"stwingy" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
> 1/ Use text filed and do not include font outlines.
> It can be dynamic , not necessarily loaded into level ,
> just type your content and set the text box to Dynamic.
> 2/set movie quality to high
> 3/ Use Device Fonts
> You can use transparent gifs.
> Specially designed fonts for flash can be found here:-