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Right, I recently started with Flash, so my knowledge of it leaves much to be desired.

because regular anti-aliased fonts don’t give the right feel to the design, I turned my head towards pixelfonts, but also those I found far from being my choice.

The only solution that I found satisfying was using html text Verdana.

[insert laughter and possible insults]

right, is there a pixelfont which comes incredibly close to the html/anti aliased version of Verdana at font size=”2” ?

Thanks for your patience :)

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> is there a pixelfont which comes incredibly
> close to the html/anti aliased version of
> Verdana at font size=”2” ?

I wish there were. It would help the HTML and
Flash elements of a site/page integrate better.

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Okay, so how then to integrate the html aliased Verdana font in an all flashsite?

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Selecting the textfield options use device fonts and selectable should do the trick.

but there are other ways as well.

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