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SplitTextField on scaled text

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Hi,

 

There is a 96pt text size limit in Flash, so I have scaled the text up 200%

 

I've noticed when using SplitTextField, the text appears off centre

var stf:SplitTextField = new SplitTextField(title_tf,SplitTextField.TYPE_WORDS);
TweenMax.allFrom(stf.textFields, 0.5, { motionBlur:{strength:1.5, quality:3},x:"100",autoAlpha:0,ease:Quart.easeOut},0.2);

Any clues as to why this is?

 

Thanks

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That 96pt limit is only the max value that the slider allows. You can make text super large, like 1000pt: http://prntscr.com/7f23ok Just type in the value.

 

if you still have a problem please zip just your fla with the necessary code. I don't see in your code where you are scaling anything. Just want to make sure I see the same thing as you. We will use our own gs files. thanks.

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That 96pt limit is only the max value that the slider allows. You can make text super large, like 1000pt: http://prntscr.com/7f23ok Just type in the value.

 

if you still have a problem please zip just your fla with the necessary code. I don't see in your code where you are scaling anything. Just want to make sure I see the same thing as you. We will use our own gs files. thanks.

Hi Carl,
 
Thanks for your reply
 
I should have mentioned I'm using Flash CS6, which no matter what you type in will still reset the size to 96pt!
 
Thanks
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I think there is something wrong with your Flash.

Not having any trouble in CS6 either. 

 

http://prntscr.com/7f2hjn

 

 

I think designers would be in an uproar if there was a size limit on vector text, right?

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