You know the drill… you open an FLA you’ve been given and it complains it’s missing several never-before-heard-of fonts that you can’t find anywhere. Wouldn’t life be easy if everything could just be Arial, for example. Try this little JSFL command I wrote (packaged as a ZIP, since it needs the dialog box XML file included) to change all textfields in an FLA to a given font name.
You know the situation – a designer has given you an FLA file to build from and either the text is too small to be legible for us mere mortals, or is going to be too large when translated into Russian. Since designers rarely think of these things, I find myself either coding in text size dynamically, or using these couple of of JSFL scripts I wrote a lot. One of them increases the point size of all text in an FLA, the other reduces it.