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In DefineText, there's serveral parameters about xoffset: xmin, xmax & xoffset. Which one
decide the final offset? I suppose xmin & xmax identify a rect, and xoffset is the final
offset. However xoffset is a relative value regard of xmin xmas, or a absolute value of
the screen? For example, xmin=40 xmax=200 xoffset=100, then the text is start from 40 or
Also, what unit is the offset? px or pt?
if xmin=40 and xoffset=100, then
text starts at 100.
xoffset is not relative to xmin.
xmin,xmax,ymin,ymax identifies rectangle around all text records in the Definetext.
All SWF units are twips. I twip = 1/20 of pixel at normal zoom level.
If there is no xoffset, then xoffset is zero.