[vet-mm] interesting flash site

Michelle Dennis michelledennis at optusnet.com.au
Thu Oct 5 19:24:49 EST 2006

I've used decompilers before for just that usage before.  Unfortunately
the resulting FLA isn't always the neatest looking file (with extra
layers, etc), but it's better than starting from scratch!


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Decompiler could be very handy, given the infuriating, randomly occuring

failure to save fla files across our network. Kids always have their 
swf's intact, but fla file is empty...don't get me started, I've been 
thru the issue before on the list, with no solution in sight. Needless 
to say if anyone has had problems saving Flash across the network and 
found a solution, let me know!

pmaxted at delasalle.melb.catholic.edu.au wrote:

>Hi Claire,
>For those who are interested in Action Script, I have decompiled the
swf from Claire's link .. Jackson Pollock ... and have attached it as an
example of the Sothink Decompiler in action (pun intended).
>The original link is here:
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