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After I edit some text on a swf/fla file, it becomes obfuscated, with no spacing
between letters and obviously unreadable.
Is there something I'm doing wrong?
I'm attaching the corresponding file, which is a client's website. There are several text
changes, but one that I tried to do was update the copyright date on the bottom of all
pages, which is labeled as: "Define Text (599)"
The font in your swf has no layout information. So ffdec tries to get the values from
system fonts. And probably your system has no installed "standard 07_53" font.
So FFDec uses the values from the default fallback font, which is Times New Roman.
You can specify another system font for this swf font.
Just select DefineFont3 (143) in the left tree, then change the selected value in the
Source font dropdown.
Thanks for your prompt response.
I have attempted to do what you said above, and have indicated with red arrows on the
attached picture as to where I think the change should be, but shouldn't that font be
"standard 07_53"?, which is not in the dropdown menu.
How would I know what exactly "standard 07_53" font is, so that I can find it within the
dropdown menu? or am I doing it backwards?
Thanks again for your help.
If standard 07_53 would be in the list, it would works automatically... You should try to
find a similar font manually... So select 1st font, check the result, etc... Sorry, but I
don't have any better idea.... maybe you can find this font on the internet, and install
it as a system font.
Sorry to keep bothering you about this issue, but the only place where I could find to
upload the tiff file is under the "embed" button, while under the "Define Font3
However, it doesn't show anywhere after that.
Please let me know where to go within the program to upload the file.