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    Flash Text

    Hello, I've used Flash off and on for the past few years, but I don't ever remember my text having a light colored box behind it. It only appears when I use the anti-aliasing, but if I don't use it the text doesn't look as good. Is this common? Is there a way to fix it.

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    Could you try to give more of an idea what you are describing? I can't think of a background property thats in the GUI, so could you explain better what is going on? Or perhaps post the file?
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    My example is the link I posted. Wherever there is text, there is a faint box behind it. It only appears when I anti-alias the text. I would like to anti-alias it because the text is easier to read.

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    What version of flash did you use to make it and what version of flash player is it set to export to? I still don't see this. Is the blue background what you are talking about or is it something different? Make sure you right click and unselect the option Show Redraw Areas.
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