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FlashPaper - Converting Unicode text to normal text

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I am using FlashPaper on a project and I select the text in the display using the text selector icon and then use fp.getSelectedText() - this gives me the Unicode of the selected text - Now how do I convert this Unicode text into normal text?

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by:Dushan De Silva
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Put following action script on begining of first frame.

System.useCodepage = true;
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by:krishnaprathab
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Hi Dushan,

I tried using System.useCodePage but it doesnt help.

This is the code which I am using:

System.useCodepage = true;

this.createEmptyMovieClip("holder", 100);
holder.loadMovie("flex.swf");

intID = setInterval(select, 5000);

function select()
{
fp = holder.getIFlashPaper();
trace(fp.getSelectedText());
}

and this is the output I am getting when I have some text selected in the loaded FlashPaper

Ú±® ½±²­«³»®ó±®·»²¬»¼ ¿°°´·½¿¬·±²­ô ­«½¸ ¿­ »ó½±³³»®½»ô ¬¸» ©»¾­ °¿¹»ó¾¿­»¼ ³±¼»´ ¿²¼ ´¿½µ
±º ½´·»²¬ó­·¼» ·²¬»´´·¹»²½» ½¿² ³¿µ» »ª»² ®»´¿¬·ª»´§ ­·³°´» ¬®¿²­¿½¬·±²­ ½±²º«­·²¹ ¿²¼ »®®±® °®±²»ò ß­
¿ ®»­«´¬ô ±²´·²» ¾«­·²»­­»­ ¿®» ´±­·²¹ ³·´´·±²­ ±º ¼±´´¿®­ ¬± ¿¾¿²¼±²»¼ ­¸±°°·²¹ ½¿®¬­ ±® ½±­¬´§
½«­¬±³»® ­»®ª·½»½¿´´­

- KP
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Dushan De Silva earned 500 total points
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Hi,
That only tells flash to use default charset on the computer the flash movie is running.

System.useCodepage = true;  is actually good for debug and developement time, but I WOULD NEVER SUGGEST it to use in production, since it's not portable solution!

Here's a table listing symbols of Mac's encoding:
http://www.alanwood.net/demos/macroman.html

Here's a standard ANSI encoding you need to convert to:
http://www.alanwood.net/demos/ansi.html

Sorry I can't give you an already-made conversion table, but with these links, it should be straightforward to make one (use unicode numbers to join two tables).


BR Dushan
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