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Font question

Hi there

I have a client who are using "Times New Roman" all through their CI, and therefor I need to find a similar font to use on the website that I'm creating for them. I have tried different options, but they don't look very clear. Yesterday I bought a font at www.fontsforflash.com - but the troubles is that the font is too big, and I chose it because it was the closest to Times New Roman that I could find.

Does anyone know of a font that can be used on a Flash site - with a great quality and a similar look to Times New Roman.

I have looked at www.flashkit.com - but most of the fonts I have tried from that site, doesn't get the quality I'm after.

So far I have on got super pixel fonts to look great in Flash - is that the only ones to use?

Thanks
Freja
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BobFettCommented:
Hi Freja,

Why don't you just use the Times New Roman font in flash?

You mentioned that one of your fonts isn't clear - are you aware of the font aliasing settings in flash and the difference made by placing text on an exact pixel position?

Bob
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Freja_UKAuthor Commented:
Hi Bob

I was aware of the exact pixel position, but never got the alising settings to work before.... but tried it again, and it seems to solve my problem.

Thanks :-)

Freja
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