Comments on “Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks” http://play.blog2t.net/fixing-jumpy-htmltext-links/feed/Assassinating+jumpy+htmlText+hyperlinks 2011-09-27T13:15:11+01:00 Chyrp Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2011-09-27:/id/30//comment_47057 2011-09-27T13:15:11+01:00 2011-09-27T13:15:11+01:00 David Darx http://www.horsform.com <p>OMG! Thank you for that help! I've search a solution for this bug for years!!! YIHA!</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-10-21:/id/30//comment_44472 2010-10-21T15:57:54+01:00 2010-10-21T15:57:54+01:00 Lachlann <p>Amazing! solved a real headache, thanks for your hard work.</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-10-21:/id/30//comment_44469 2010-10-21T09:17:27+01:00 2010-10-21T09:17:27+01:00 htmltext springt nach MouseOver - Flashforum http://www.flashforum.de/forum/actionscript-3/htmltext-springt-nach-mouseover-280707.html#post1961132 <p>[...] [...]</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-08-27:/id/30//comment_43995 2010-08-27T23:53:48+01:00 2010-08-27T23:53:48+01:00 marpies http://www.marpies.com/ <p>Wohoo, thanks! Now I got my own bug free text field class yay!</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-05-19:/id/30//comment_43123 2010-05-19T12:13:04+01:00 2010-05-19T12:13:04+01:00 Col.Kurtz <p>You saved my day! My client was about to send a killing squad to my office..</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-02-02:/id/30//comment_23417 2010-02-02T02:06:18+00:00 2010-02-02T02:06:18+00:00 Pier <p>Thank you!</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-01-12:/id/30//comment_15616 2010-01-12T04:06:52+00:00 2010-01-12T04:06:52+00:00 Saurabh Gautam <p>the line no 70 says : // clone the textFormat of referenceTextField as well defaultTextFormat = referenceTextField.getTextFormat();</p> <p>I think it should be within the if (referenceTextField) bloack since on a null object you cannot access the getTextFormat();</p> <p>The rest of class works as a charm. Thanks</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-01-08:/id/30//comment_14708 2010-01-08T02:03:28+00:00 2010-01-08T02:03:28+00:00 Fabio Paes <p>Thanks again Tomek.</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2010-01-06:/id/30//comment_14290 2010-01-06T20:35:41+00:00 2010-01-06T20:35:41+00:00 Fabio Paes <p>Hi. First of all this solution is very $#&amp;^%$ great. But i need some help with one issue here ... Im working on a project in CS4, which causes a bug when trying to access a blendShader property in the TextField describeType (there is a blendShader on TextField on CS4 - a writeOnly property) and a blur problem in the fonts.</p> <p>Anyone knows how to do a work around to this problem?</p> <p>Gracias</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-12-08:/id/30//comment_5020 2009-12-08T00:01:22+00:00 2009-12-08T00:01:22+00:00 Sam <p>I'm trying to get this work with as2 and i'm not quite understanding your comment about that above:</p> <p>"just use the setter method (code above) to fix the bug, change void to Void and that should work."</p> <p>Would you please be able to show how this is done? sorry if this is a dumb question.</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-10-06:/id/30//comment_1018 2009-10-06T00:04:16+01:00 2009-10-06T00:04:16+01:00 YuriZkit <p>i just don't how to use this blog i will post it with spaces</p> <p>Hello everybody. I think I found a better solution!!! create text and call fixTextScroll every time after updating text</p> <p>&lt; t e x t f o r m a t l e a d i n g = " 0 " > œ &lt; / t e x t f o r m a t ></p> <p><pre class="brush: as3"></p> <p>var txtFieldWithText:TextField //etc...</p> <p>SomeClass.fixTextScroll(txtFieldWithText);</p> <p>class SomeClass { public static function fixTextScroll(txtField:TextField):void { txtField.htmlText += <textformat leading="0">œ</textformat> } } </pre> I used "œ" because i don't think that anybody has it embedded, but u can change it by anything u want.. I think u can add more text after that and it will not be broken because "œ" is not embedded :) if it works delete the my older posts plz</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-10-05:/id/30//comment_1017 2009-10-05T23:55:17+01:00 2009-10-05T23:55:17+01:00 YuriZkit <p>sorry about that post, the blog readed the htmlFormat tags :(</p> <p>will try one more time</p> <p>var txtFieldWithText:TextField //etc... <CODE> SomeClass.fixTextScroll(txtFieldWithText);</p> <p>class SomeClass {</p> <p>public static function fixTextScroll(txtField:TextField):void { txtField.htmlText += '<textformat leading="0">œ</textformat>' } } </CODE></p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-10-05:/id/30//comment_1016 2009-10-05T23:51:33+01:00 2009-10-05T23:51:33+01:00 YuriZkit <p>Hello everybody. I think I found a better solution!!! create text and call fixTextScroll every time after updating text</p> <p>var txtFieldWithText:TextField //etc...</p> <p>SomeClass.fixTextScroll(txtFieldWithText);</p> <p>class SomeClass { public static function fixTextScroll(txtField:TextField):void { txtField.htmlText += "<textformat leading="0">œ</textformat>" } }</p> <p>I used "œ" because i don't think that anybody has it embedded, but u can change it by anything u want.. I think u can add more text after that and it will not be broken because "œ" is not embedded :)</p> <p>home it will work just so well as for me!!</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-08-11:/id/30//comment_768 2009-08-11T17:09:22+01:00 2009-08-11T17:09:22+01:00 O Plummer <p>Thanks a lot man, we have being trying to figure the best work around for this issue and you have definitely found the absolute the best fix.</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-07-31:/id/30//comment_666 2009-07-31T11:11:36+01:00 2009-07-31T11:10:23+01:00 Og2t http://play.blog2t.net <p>@Max @Flashvideo: just use the setter method (code above) to fix the bug, change <code>void</code> to <code>Void</code> and that should work.</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-07-30:/id/30//comment_655 2009-07-30T17:16:51+01:00 2009-07-30T17:16:51+01:00 Flash video http://www.on7.com/news <p>yes i would be also interested in a AS2 solution!</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-07-28:/id/30//comment_636 2009-07-28T04:37:41+01:00 2009-07-28T04:37:41+01:00 Max http://www.soulsun69.com <p>Is there an AS2 solution to this issue? Thanks,</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-06-26:/id/30//comment_164 2009-06-26T17:25:00+01:00 2009-06-26T17:25:00+01:00 Og2t http://play.blog2t.net <p>@Luke: thanks so much, I couldn't figure it out myself. I will update the class soon.</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-06-26:/id/30//comment_162 2009-06-26T10:42:41+01:00 2009-06-26T10:42:41+01:00 Luke Sturgeon http://www.lukesturgeon.co.uk <p>I'm so glad I found your solution, after doing some experimenting myself I found that rather than adding a random amount to the height, you only need to add the leading value of the text, which you can find dynamically so it should work in all situations.</p> <p>I just wrote a little post about it: http://www.lukesturgeon.co.uk/lab/2009/06/fixed-vertical-scrolling-text-bug/</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-06-22:/id/30//comment_106 2009-06-22T15:34:06+01:00 2009-06-22T15:34:06+01:00 Martin http://www.formatlos.de <p>nice one. I noticed this error once in a while but I didn't have the time to investigate further</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-06-10:/id/30//comment_24 2009-06-10T20:21:51+01:00 2009-06-10T20:21:51+01:00 Pat <p>Wow!!!! Been trying to figure this out. Advanced Aliasing is the way to go and it's been a shame to sacrifice that for non-jumpy text. Thanks to your fix I can keep my readable text and not have to worry about this stupid bug!</p> Assassinating jumpy htmlText hyperlinks tag:play.blog2t.net,2009-06-03:/id/30//comment_19 2009-06-03T14:41:09+01:00 2009-06-03T14:41:09+01:00 ickydime http://blog.ickydime.com <p>Your solution looks good. We've been turning MouseScroll to false to take care of the scroll and setting TextFieldAntiAlias to Normal to take care of the jumping.</p> <p>Nice to have another option just in case we need advanced AntiAlias.</p> <p>Thanks!</p>