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bobocel says

Do you still upload your files for Flash CS3 , now that CS5 is out? We’re thinking to drop support for Flash CS3 , so we can properly use external fonts, and users can simply swap them.

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ThemeProvince says

I have Flash CS4 . But export files in Flash CS3 .

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tsafi says
Do you still upload your files for Flash CS3 , now that CS5 is out? We’re thinking to drop support for Flash CS3 , so we can properly use external fonts, and users can simply swap them.
First if its only Font issue and you are using CS4 /CS5 you should start to use CS4 /CS5 text engine and if you look good on AD at CS4 app maybe you will find 1 or 2 app using text engine, remember also with CS4 /CS5 you can drop the embed method, and use font clone method after you compile your swf this is the big benefit with CS4 /CS5 but you strict your self to only FP10 so IMO only if you strict your self to text engine then go with CS4 /CS5 .

But if your problem is just external fonts you can still do it with CS3 with external font swf on the fly, just let them embed there font in the swf, but really for advance text fp10 if the best but people just don’t use them yet as much as we want to see,I say a year + before you going to see some action with CS4 /CS5 on the mass .

CS3 will hold for some time

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MSFX Moderator says

sneaky market research? ;)

I think alot of ppl still use CS3 to be honest :(

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digitalscience says

Neither… Flash 8 ;)

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outandouter says

None of the above… Flash CS5 Trial ;)

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mpc says

I am using CS3 + CS4 and now CS5 ;P

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sekler says

I always use CS3 and not planning to switch.

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Quantax says

Flash8 & CS3

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pxt says

CS4 , then export to both CS3 and CS4 when I upload.

(EDIT: Why is there a space between the 4 and the comma? There is none when I edit)

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