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Old 2002-06-07, 20:20
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How to save flash files to disk?

I want to share with you the best flash game I've ever seen, but the site requires payment (I do pay) and if I'll save the flash file to disk and maybe edit it a little I can upload it someware...
How can I do it?

PS. the site is www.vgames.co.il
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Old 2002-06-07, 20:26
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This is my method:

- View the source of the website where the flash movie is in
- In there you should find a piece of code that looks like this:
Code:
<OBJECT classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=5,0,0,0"
 WIDTH=550 HEIGHT=400>
<PARAM NAME=movie VALUE="whatswrong.swf">
[...]
</OBJECT>
- The path and filename (relative to the source's page) is that what ends on .swf
- Go to this address in msie
- Then File > Save as

Or alternatively, you can drag and drop the SWF file's address in a download manager.

SWF files are hardly editable since you'll need the original FLA file for editing.
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Old 2002-06-07, 20:30
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Is there the equalivent of a decompiler for flash files, like you get with Java?
You could always Hex edit to change words around, or some resource editing programs might work to change sprites.
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Old 2002-06-07, 20:51
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It is possible to rebuild an action script in Flash, but animation is hard to recompile.
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Old 2002-06-07, 21:17
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I tried that already, didn't work.
Thanx anyway wack.
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Old 2002-06-07, 21:28
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It worked! wait a minute, then I'll post a thead called "fishenzone".
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