your code works fine on my notebook as either a halo app as you provided or a gumbo app. Are your video drivers up to date ?
ps: I am running windows 7 and the supplied nvidea drivers did cause me some rendering issues (pre flashbuilder) I switched to the xtreme video drivers and everything became much sharper.
I definitely see the blur on my Macbook Pro in Safari, running Flash Player 10,0,22,87 debug. It's a subtle visual change, which I could only see by magnifiying my screen during playback, but it seems like a bug. I noticed that the text would usually blur after the third time I applied the effect (clicked the button) and then would stay blurry for the next five or so applications, when it would appear sharp again.
It's hard to say if it's a Player or SDK bug, but could you please file an SDK bug and include your sample code? http://bugs.adobe.com/flex/
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I would recommend filing the bug.
I can reproduce on both Mac and Windows using the standalone player.
The issue seems intermittent, and possibly (?) a result of the 3D rotation effect not returning to its proper end position? (e.g. 0 rotation). As such the player still believes there's has a transform applied (causing the label to be renderered to a secondary surface, losing the high quality AA)...this is a normal artifact to see when a display object is transformed, but the effect should be returning the label to its original unrotated state.
Thank you for the confirmation. I've tried filing a bug on the system, but I'm not allowed to. I'm not sure of the procedure for filing bugs, nor the clearances for users to file them. Sorry. Is there some page I can go and read?
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You should just have to register for a new account, then create a new bug from the original link.
To read up on the open process try here: https://bugs.adobe.com/confluence/display/ADOBE/Reporting+a+new+Flex+SDK+or+Flex+Builder+b ug