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Well your example code isn't really proper code, so it would help if you showed what you were actually trying. I did the following and it works just fine. So I suspect that there is something else going on.
I created two fonts in the library and set them to export for actionscript with the linkage names in the code. I created a new multiline dynamic textfield on the stage and then executed this code.
hey, the fox is brown and the dog is just plain lazy.
Thanks a lot! it worked. Wasn´t uisng the <span> tag, this was driving me insane! :D
PHA HAHAHA!!! funny kg && rr!!
(just in case... the sentence contains all alphabetic characters ;)
I know it contains all the letters of the alphabet, but if you were to state the color of an animal in that sentence was brown I would think it was dog, not fox! :)
Of course there is Clifford and he is a big red dog -- but he isn't lazy.
And then there is Foxy Brown....
Oh well this is far to complex an issue to be solved here!
hey, wait a minute. there are lots of fox types ( http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/classification/Vulpes.html), other than the red fox. and red foxes can be more brown than red colored*.
Coloration of red foxes ranges from pale yellowish red to deep reddish brown on the upper parts and white, ashy or slaty on the underside. The lower part of the legs is usually black and the tail usually has a white or black tip. Two color variants commonly occur. Cross foxes have reddish brown fur with a black stripe down the back and another across the shoulders.
it's funny that they would change color when they become cross...
maybe that's a physiological thing... kg you should know this one...
PHA HAHAHAHHAHAHA ROFL!!!!!
i'm pretending to know about foxes, but i'm not really sure what a cross fox is. best i can determine a cross fox is a red fox, but not necessarily red in color.
omg! ... stop!... *breath*... stop!... ROLFTIPMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(so funny :)
ok. ok. i guess we beat this fox thing into the ground.
(but just as an aside, i believe the firefox fox is a red fox and not a cross fox.)