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ActionScript load extern gif animation into htmlText
Tag : actionscript-3 , By : user96271
Date : November 28 2020, 09:01 AM

fixed the issue. Will look into that further About loading external images into an textField: it's strange, that you have a problem here. I've just tried a simple app (.fla file which is compiled to .swf in a folder where the file test.gif exists. And it works for me. Here is an example of my code:
import flash.text.TextField;

var field:TextField = new TextField();
this.addChild(field);
field.border = true;
field.autoSize = TextFieldAutoSize.LEFT;
field.multiline = true;
field.wordWrap = true;
field.width = 200;

field.htmlText = "SOME TEXT <img src='test.gif'/>";

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ActionScript 3 TextArea htmlText styling using <span> tag


Tag : css , By : Josh Tegart
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . The htmlText supports only a limited set of tags and styles. Specifically, span supports only a class attribute which should be the name of a class specified in a StyleSheet object.
You can use the font tag in this particular case. But remember that color supports only hexadecimal #ffffff values and size supports only absolute pixel size and relative (+2, -1 etc) size values.
tags.htmlText = "<font color="#a89433" size="10">street</font>,
  <font color="#b37620" size="11">motor</font>";

Actionscript 3 TextField bug with htmlText?


Tag : actionscript-3 , By : Grant
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I reset defaultTextFormat every time I assign htmlText, nad it fixes it.

Anti-aliased htmlText in ActionScript?


Tag : flash , By : Jorge Palacio
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help This thread helped. The trick is to assign a TextFormat instance (with the correct default font) to the defaultTextFormat property of the TextField instace. So the whole code becomes
        var tf : TextField = new TextField();
        tf.selectable = false;
        tf.width = w;
        tf.height = h;

        tf.autoSize = TextFieldAutoSize.LEFT;
        tf.antiAliasType = AntiAliasType.ADVANCED;
        tf.gridFitType = GridFitType.PIXEL;
        tf.wordWrap = true;
        tf.multiline = true;
        tf.embedFonts = true;

        var tff : TextFormat = new TextFormat();
        tff.font = "Myriad Pro";
        tf.defaultTextFormat = tff;

        tf.styleSheet = _styles;

How do I use < or > inside of htmlText in actionscript?


Tag : flash , By : walkah
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you to some suggestions from @s9tpepper and @mike_robbo on twitter I was actually able to use the following code to encode characters the way flash HTML likes it.
        /**
         * Encode HTML.
         */
        public static function htmlEncode(s:String):String
        {
            s = s.replace("&", "&amp;");
            s = s.replace(" ", "&nbsp;");
            s = s.replace("<", "&lt;");
            s = s.replace(">", "&gt;");
            s = s.replace("™", '&trade;');
            s = s.replace("®", '&reg;');
            s = s.replace("©", '&copy;');
            s = s.replace("€", "&euro;");
            s = s.replace("£", "&pound;");
            s = s.replace("—", "&mdash;");
            s = s.replace("–", "&ndash;");
            s = s.replace("…", "&hellip;");
            s = s.replace("†", "&dagger;");
            s = s.replace("·", "&middot;");
            s = s.replace("µ", "&micro;");
            s = s.replace("«", "&laquo;");
            s = s.replace("»", "&raquo;");
            s = s.replace("•", "&bull;");
            s = s.replace("°", "&deg;");
            s = s.replace('"', "&quot;");
            return s;
        }

Using symbol from library in htmlText <img> tag in ActionScript 3


Tag : actionscript-3 , By : MP.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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