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Need to use Foreign (Thai) fonts in Director MX 2004

Need to use Foreign (Thai) fonts in Director MX 2004

Need to use Foreign (Thai) fonts in Director MX 2004

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I just upgraded(?) from Director MX to Director MX 2004 10.1.  In MX I was using my Thai fonts and everythy was good.  In 2004 I imported the cast members and they and can be edited in the text editing window but when put on the stage they don't display as Thai caracters.  I can't add any new cast members that have Thai charactes in them.  When I save, I can save with a Thai font.  I can't find any refernece to using foreign fonts in any book or documentation. Does any one know anything about using foreign fonts?  I can create them in Photoshop and save as a jpeg and import them,  But I am talking about 1000's, maybe as many as 10,000, jpegs.  This will be extreley time consuming and I will loose a lot of functionality and the jpegs will take up much more memory.  Any one got any suggestions?  Other than go back to MX?

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