Problems displaying Thai characters in FTE components on Mac

I had originally posted a question here: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4027591, but was told that this is more of a flash runtime issue.
I am running into issues displaying Thai characters in Flex components that make use of the Flash Text Engine (FTE), specifically on Mac OSX 10.6.8 Snow Leopard.
Here's a blurb of my compiler font managers in flex-config.xml:
<flex-config>
        <target-player>10.2.0</target-player>
        <!-- Specifies the version of the compiled SWF -->
        <swf-version>11</swf-version>
        <compiler>
          <!-- Specifies the locales for internationalization. -->
          <locale>
              <locale-element>en_US</locale-element>
          </locale>
          <fonts>
              <!-- ... -->
              <!-- Compiler font manager classes, in policy resolution order-->
              <managers>
                  <manager-class>flash.fonts.JREFontManager</manager-class>
                  <manager-class>flash.fonts.BatikFontManager</manager-class>
                  <manager-class>flash.fonts.AFEFontManager</manager-class>
                  <manager-class>flash.fonts.CFFFontManager</manager-class>
              </managers>
                <!-- ... -->
            </fonts>
        </compiler>
    </flex-config>
...and another from flash-unicode-table.xml:
<language-range>
    <lang>Thai</lang>
    <range>U+0E01-0E5B</range>
</language-range>
My flex application originally had the following defined in its stylesheet:
    Application {
        fontSize: 12px;
        fontFamily: Arial;
        font-sharpness:0;
        font-anti-alias-type:advanced;
Thai characters render correctly in mx components such as TextField so far.  However, FTE components such as TextLine show those crappy-looking boxes as a substitution.  My initial guess was that somehow one of the compiler font managers declared in flex-config.xml was not finding the right system font to fallback to for Thai characters.  So, I ensured the system font was installed by going to System Preferences > Language and Text > Edit List.  Then I changed fontFamily to Arial, Ayuthaya.  Still was seeing the boxes of evil.
Next I figured that perhaps the Arial font might be assigning a box for each unicode value corresponding to a Thai character.  So it was effectively overriding the Ayuthaya system font.  So I changed fontFamily once more to just Ayuthaya and this worked with one issue - Ayuthaya looks inherently different from Arial for non-thai characters.
Here's my question - is there a less invasive way to support Thai in FTE components such that the appearance of the text is closer to the Arial font?  I would rather not embed a font because I'm constrained on SWF size.
Oh and I'm using flash player 10.3 right now.

OK, I asked the FTE team and got this reply: "Lucida Grande is CTS's fallback font for Thai.  This font on OS 10.7 and 10.6 are not supporting Thai anymore.  The version on 10.5 was supporting it." This means that it's our bug that we keep using Lucida Grande as fallback font even Apple dropped support Thai script with that font after 10.6. Unfortunately this bug was deferred from current development release (11.2) because of time constraint. If this support is critical for your business, can you open a bug in our public bugbase and ask as many vote as possible? In this way I may be able to convince internal team to fix this bug in next release.
Thank you for your feedback!
Hitomi

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