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Jan 31, 2009 | 1:27 PM EST

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Hey there Newgrounders, this is just a little thing that I've noticed with Flash over the years.

When Flash renders text, it has to locate the font style, and then choose a suitable font size, and then it renders the text using some cah-raaazy "text-rendering" thing.

But when Flash renders vectors, it simple finds the vector points and curves, lines etc. and fills the pixels in however it needs.

I have seen, in even some really big, nice animations, the flaw that comes with scaling text _as text_.

This tutorial is a small tip for any Flash user who also notices the wobble that comes with using tweens to scale their text.




Rated 4 / 5 stars January 31, 2009

::Nice tutorial::

Pretty decent tutorial. The presentation was nice, it was easy to go through the different frames and the music was some nice background noise which helped it from getting too boring.

Nice tutorial, showed some great detail and gave examples which was a nice addition.


Deaththe14th responds:

I was looking for some background music, just something simple and ambient, but after looking through the audio portal, I decided to go with the recording of myself, erm, "singing".

I thought it was decent enough...

Thank you for the review.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 31, 2009

Good for noobies :O

Very nice explaination! This will help those noobs make smoother flashes. As for people who wana see flashes, this is kinda boring. :) still nice work.

Deaththe14th responds:

For those who want to watch a nice animation with some humor and such, or play a real game, I hope they see the "Tutorial" label over there on the left...

Thanks for the review.


Rated 3 / 5 stars January 31, 2009


Was kinda pointless, but the kinda thing I would never have figured out on my own!!!!

Thanks a lot :D

Deaththe14th responds:

Thanks, I'm the deeply observant type, myself. Things like music beats and, well, juttering Flash movement are the kinds of things I pick up on, and learn to get around.


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 31, 2009

Thank you!!!

I've known this forever, but I'm glad that somebody decided to post this. I've seen too many movies ruined because of that. Thank you.

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Deaththe14th responds:

The most prominent one in my mind would be "Sometimes, y"
It wasn't ruined by it, by any means, but it was odd...

Thanks for the thanks.