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Flash CS3 - animation goes bad when I choose "use device fonts" on some static text

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Hi,

This file with a little animation worked fine till i changed the text to "use device fonts"

then the text goes strange when the animation passes behind it...

I need to use device fonts so the flash text looks the same as my dreamweaver text.

Thanks a lot for your advice
homepage-swirl-2.swf
homepage-swirl-2.fla
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what'sw wrong with the swf? I don't see what you mean by the text goes strange.
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Thats so weird! it seems to be fine now.

Thanks for looking for me anyway!
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