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Do you have a small example of what you are referring to? Are you using embedded fonts?
Here is part of the css
Here is part of the code:
<mx:TextArea styleName="Header2" width="400" height="45" verticalScrollPolicy="off"
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<mx:TextArea styleName="SalesText" width="399" height="153"
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It looks exactly the way I want it to when I am developing it. All of the alignment is off when I run the application. I am not using embedded fonts.
I only noticed a difference in the first textArea which went away when I added condenseWhite="true" to it. That makes the textArea ignore all the extra lines breaks and white space in yout htmlText.
Does that solve your problem? If not, let us know specifically what's going on or maybe supply screenshots.
It works now. I set the condensedWhite and I also got rid of my <p> tags and everything it finally looking the way it should.