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Now I can't export any font in FFdec by clicking on it with mouse right button and
pressing export selected and OK. Also when I exporting .swf to .fla it also doesn't
exports the font to .fla because Flash CS6 says sometimes (if font doesn't installed in my
Windows) that can't find some fonts in that .fla and offers me to load default system
Yeah, it is not working, because I did not make any changes about it :-).
As you can see, this issue does not have "upgraded" state.
I had other priority issues.
This may be implemented in future version.
Did you change the font somehow?
It could be a bug with SWF ActiveX display component. It can be usually solved by clicking
the black area.
I recommend you to use our internal flash viewer (can be changed in settings),
in latest nightly build it is quite usable I think :-).
It happens with all swf's with "Use own Flash viewer" off and in most of them I didn't do
anything. In ffdec_2.0.0_504e35eb9fdd there was no problems with fonts preview with "Use
own Flash viewer" off.