The font used in the Flash animation is a fixed font locked into the animation. You can download a free trial version of Adobe Flash and edit the .fla file in the "flash" folder. Otherwise you can contact Allwebco and we can change the font for you for a small fee.
How to edit the Flash animation:
Once you have downloaded Flash, (You must use MX or higher for editing) you will need to move any ".fla" files out of the "flash" folder and into the main website folder. Open the ".fla" file that you wish to edit. Do not edit the ".swf" files.
Once it is opened you will notice that the Flash animation does not have any visible text for you to edit, all the text is defined by the "flash.txt". When you open the .fla file all you will see are empty boxes. The empty boxes are each "holders" for the text that is included in the flash animation. The text is sorted by layers. Find the layer that is named "logo" and lock and turn off all the other layers. Then select the box that is showing and you can change the font and the colors for the logo.
Do the same for the "slogan" and the other layers.
IMPORTANT: You will have to double click the boxes, then select them to be able to edit the font and colors.
Then to return, double click outside of the stage and edit the next item by turning on and unlocking it's layer, then double clicking the holder.
NOTE: If your flash is not updating after your edits. Be sure you "publish" as well as "save" the .fla file. You may also need to empty your browser cache to view the changes. Sometimes the flash animation gets "stuck" and although it has been changed when you view the page in your browser you do not see the changes.
Note about adding new lines:
If you are adding new lines or text boxes to the Flash animation, and are also adding these lines to the flash.txt, be sure to embed the fonts in the new added items. See the Flash help for details on embedding fonts. If you are not using the flash.txt for these new lines then you can skip this step.
Advanced users and the variables:
Each "holder" in the flash animation has a variable attached to it so it will read the flash.txt file for the phrase it needs. You can speed up the Flash by not using variables and hard coding the phrases inside. We do not support this edit, however, the visual link below provides a quick look at where the variables are in the .fla file once you double click on a holder.