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Using Multiple Local Languages in Flex

Posted by Shardul Singh Bartwal on August 29, 2009

If you want to support a large number of the languages,then you will require to embed the ‘arial unicode ms’ font,but the embedding of this font is something different. If you will try to embed this font normally then it will give you compile time error. For embedding this font you will require to pass the compiler argument. Just go to the your compiler setting and add there
‘-managers=flash.fonts.AFEFontManager’ it will resolved your compile time error,and now you can use the wide range of the fonts from the different languages.

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One Response to “Using Multiple Local Languages in Flex”

  1. Harit Kothari said

    It is not necessary to embed Arial Unicode MS, but is easily available. You can use any Unicode font (Font with different unicode ranges, for language support) other than Arial Unicode MS.

    AFEFontManager is another font manager, read more about font manager at http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/help.html?content=fonts_06.html

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