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The flashheader on my site seems to have a different font on IE or Fx.
See: http://www.onyx-design.net/

The font of the 'design' is the same in Firefox but different in Internet Explorer.
Does somebody know why?
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Looks identical to me.
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Same here.
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Just for clarification the word "design" is a different font on both than "Onyx" Looks like Times New Roman - not sure what font Onyx is, however as noted still same in each browser.
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I will suggest you to use internet explorer not Firefox as some contents are not shown in Firefox ...Internet explorer is also faster ..
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darsh999 wrote:
I will suggest you to use internet explorer not Firefox as some contents are not shown in Firefox ...Internet explorer is also faster ..


We're talking about Flash here. It will display the same in both browsers
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Post 3+ Months Ago

If you really want the fonts to look identical on all browsers, you can use the Embed fonts option, which will save all the letters as images in your movie. That will add a lot of file size to your swf though :)

PS: They also look the same to me.
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I understand that it looks like Times New Roman some times, but at my PC it really looks like this:
http://i23.tinypic.com/wj82gj.jpg

Isn't flash saving the font? But why is 'Onyx' the right font (Acens) and the 'design' a Times New Roman font.
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Isn't there a way to 'rasterize' a text layer in flash ... I don't know if it is ... I've only worked with flash a few times before ...
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Yes, there is. I've done it before. Don't have flash at the moment though, and I can't remember exactly what the command is.
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what does rasterizing the font have anything to do with this? Leave it as vectors. I think DPZero hit on it. Embed the font. If I had to guess I'd guess onyx is a graphic and design is just text. Embeding the font will solve the issue. Not many people are going to have Acens installed.

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