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Try to export FLA from attached swf.
You'll see X, Y and Width of TextField are not same as in original FLA (attached it too).
I can fix X and Y.
But the Width...
FLA compiler saves in SWF file larger width than original in this case.
I don't know why and I don't know how can I compute original width from it.
I think it is not a problem, because it is static text(Even created as DefineEditText).
When I change it to dynamic field in FLA, output width is OK.
What do you think? Is the width of static text so important? It is always larger in this
Note: It does not depend on BlurFilter.