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#1799 Text is broken after editing and saving
Author: user cute_doge
Date created:
Type: bug
Visibility: Everybody
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State: new Help

> What steps will reproduce the problem? Only removing a single letter (You can write it again) and saving the changes to the text. > What is the expected output? What do you see instead? Normally edited text, some spell words lmao > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? v15.0.0, no, Windows 11 > Please provide any additional information below. If the problem is related to a SWF file, attach it here, otherwise we can't help you. I guess it is related to my SWF file. (Don't mind about the language of the SWF btw.)
Downloadbefore editing.swf (2,917 KiB)Downloadafter editing.swf (2,917 KiB)
Looks like decompiler adds "letterspacing" everywhere where it's missing, and sets it to the last used value. I believe the correct way to do it would be either not add it at all, or set letterspacing to 0. @cute_doge in your case you can fix it by starting to edit the broken text, right click, Find, and in the dialog box in Find put -60 , in Replace put 0 , then click Replace All.
@STA20 I actually tried it but there are too many texts to do it manually. (The original SWF file contains roughly 4-5k of these broken texts) And replacing every single "letterspacing -60" with "letterspacing 0" using find & replace with in parameters breaks it even more. (As in the screenshot)
Oops, forgot to attach the screenshot
Oh btw, setting every single letterspacing in parameters to 0 seems to work a bit, is there any way to do it? But it would be better if i could preserve the first form of the text
Same problem 15.0.0
Downloadss.png (18 KiB)
Related events.
DownloadUntitled-1.png (898 KiB)
Oh, hi @reverse_master. That is the exact same issue I am encountering. You can try this: Copy that character, use replace text to replace it with the normal space character (Put a space for "replacement text"). Inform me if it works and can you give your e-mail? I want to have a talk with you privately.
@cute_doge the lines and spaces are broken.