This content has been marked as final. Show 6 replies
in the embed panel there is a input text field where you can define other characters to embed you need to put the special characters there1 person found this helpful
I tried to do it by specifying é character but it didn't work. Also I can't really use this solution because this flash will be used on sites with different languages so there possibly be hundreds of special characters.
try to use French charset in your HTML, ISO-8859-1, or maybe the extended one(I never tried it), ISO-8859-151 person found this helpful
if it's really not working try UTF-16
I tried setting character encoding for the page (including HTTP response) to UTF-8 but that didn't help
Use the Embed... button in the Properties box. You should CTRL click on each of the following:
<now scroll down a little and CTRL click on the following>
Latin Extended A
Latin Extended B
Latin Extended Add'l
These will encompass what you need. And just so you know, the e with an accent is part of Latin extensions for fonts.
<Just reread your post and saw you added all characters.>
Make sure that your textfield is set to dynamic or input and that you have the correct instance name in your code. Also, make sure that the font you are using supports the characters you are trying to add. Not all fonts contain all characters. To make sure that you have a good font use Arial or Verdana for testing, then you can try other fonts. Or for a shorter way to see if the font supports the characters you can use the Character Map program on Windows. It is under the Start button.
Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Character Map
<One more edit :-) >
I tried using %E9 with no luck. I had to use the %C3%A9 to get the character to appear.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH, IT'S WORKING
The problem was with selection of embeded glyphs. When I included latin languages everything worked fine.