March 24, 2004
Shared Fonts Manager

After my my first announcement of Ivan Dembicki's Shared Fonts Manager was a bit too early, this time it's official: you can now check out his solution to make shared fonts work within flash. What does that imply? It means that with his solution you are able to change the fonts of a swf on-the-fly, and that you can use multiple encodings without having to embed all fonts for all languages at the same time. Just have a look at his demo and you will see the possibilities.

Posted at March 24, 2004 01:14 PM | Further reading
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Yes, Shared Fonts Manager is a great tool! Thank you for this small print. I am here just to add an one word: Shared Fonts Manager is fully documented and illustrated, here's the Shared Font Manager documentation: http://www.sharedfonts.com/eng/help.html

Posted by: Flash Ripper on March 25, 2004 11:39 AM

Maxwell

Posted by: Maxweçç on March 25, 2004 05:59 PM

Hi Mario!

I only want to say as Rostislav, that I'm translating the web and the help of this component in order to help Ivan with his font manager proyect (aka "Gestor de Fuentes" in spanish).

My work is in progress at the time of writing this but I'm nearly finish.

:)

C.

Posted by: Carlos Rovira on March 26, 2004 12:53 PM
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