I get the following output message when I use a CSS to control text formatting in Flash CS5:
"Fonts should be embedded for any text that may be edited at runtime, other than text with the "Use Device Fonts" setting. Use the Text > Font Embedding command to embed fonts."
Is there anyway to get this message to stop displaying. I don't want to embed fonts when I'm using a CSS.
You can disable this warning message in the preferences dialog
Edit -> Preferences -> Warnings -> uncheck "Warn on text needs embedded font".
The message exists to warn you that you have an anti-alias mode set on text and it requires you to have embedded fonts to use anti-aliasing. If you do not want to see that message anymore, then select your text blocks and set the anti-alias types to Use Device Fonts.
Hope this helps,
The problem with this is - the fonts ARE embedded, and the message is still appearing.