looks like the same question as the other one we are talking about. The Live docs page
has ane xample with rotated labels just oevr half way down the page.
If you are having trouble navigating with this link, just go to the root
then in the contents bar on the left open up
......using embedded fonts
the section is just above the heading "Using advanced anti-aliasing"
Richard could you tell me the advantage of using the embeded style rather than simple css file?suppose i am set a default font and after rotation i changed then how the font embed?
"embedded" here means that the font is included inside the generated SWF file that you ship. This means a couple of things, most important of which is that you are then sure the font will be available on the user client system - generally you have no idea what fonts a user has installed and it also depends on their operating system as to which are most likely to be present. This is pretty much general for any web application.
The other Flex-specific reason is that certain text manipulations, including rotation and (in some cases) fading, require the font to be embedded to work at all. Otherwise you simply won't get the effect you want.
Richard if you don't mind then I'm asking again few new thing.Because i am really new about that.