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Re: Re: flash
From: Jon Gunderson
Date: Apr 21, 2005 10:18AM
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But it is up to the author to create these style controls and
to write the code to inact the changes, right?
The flash player can only change text rendering to high
contrast (white on black) if the author included this function
within their code, it is not an inherit feature of FLASH that
can be applied to any random flash movie.
---- Original message ----
>>Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 10:56:58 -0400
>>From: <EMAIL REMOVED>
>>Subject: [WebAIM] Re: flash
>>To: <EMAIL REMOVED>
>> >1. Is the resizing only to fit the size of the
>> >graphical window in FLASH or can the user say they
>> want bigger
>> >text in the current size window?
>> >2. Can users restyle the foreground and background
>> colors of
>> >the text rendering in FLASH?
>> The answers to your questions above are yes, and
>> yes. Font resizing is available either through
>> implementation within the context sensitive ("right
>> click") menu depending on how the movie is exported
>> - or more often through the inclusion of font
>> resizing controls within the movie interface itself.
>> The ability to change the visual appearance of the
>> movie is merely a matter of including controls to
>> allow the user to do so, again within the movie
>> Kevin H. Spruill AWA/CNTR/FAA
>> FAA Section 508 Technical Support
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