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  • ASV Help Introduction Installation What s new Main Menu SWF Window Other Dialogs and Windows Inject DebugLog Function Call Evaluate Class Method AS3 Dependency Information About ASV User License Agreement

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  • Main Window
    Main Window Online URL for this page is http www buraks com captionate help en index html p 1029 html

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  • Introduction
    decompiler and resource extractor a 32 bit Windows utility application that lets you view actionscripts embedded in SWF Flash movie files extract resources and browse the internals of SWF files ASV is an advanced SWF decompiler for professional Flash developers

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/help/en/1001.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Under Construction
    Under Construction This topic is currently under construction

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/help/en/1002.html (2016-05-02)
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  • What's New?
    you needed to save them using a dedicated command in Preferences New Disable Script command for AS3 Currently works as designed but because certain helper commands are not yet available not very useful as references to disabled classes remain Pre release 2010 05 May 16 2010 Fact of the day ASV 1 0 was released exactly 10 years ago today Lots of bug fixes and enhancements to both AS1 2 and AS3 decompile engines ASV now recognizes Alchemy opcodes and can decompile them to fastmem as calls see http www buraks com azoth Note Extracted OTF files won t work this is a known issue At least some of them will work with the next update Pre release 2010 04 April 10 2010 Lots of bug fixes and enhancements to both AS1 2 and AS3 decompile engine Pre release 2010 03 March 06 2010 Lots of bugs fixed For AS3 now document class is selected by default in Actionscripts tab and also there s a new button to select document class There s now option to use online help in the Help menu Currently both online and offline help CHM file are under construction Note there s no new feature

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  • Inject DebugLog() Function Call
    notice both contain action index values start with prefix Click on a line that starts with an action index to get the value to Injection Index edit field Double click a line in decompiled actionscript that starts with an action index to scroll the p code to that index or make the coressponding code visible Click Maximize Actions ALT S or Restore Actions ALT S to maximize or restore actions panel This button also works while previewing the injection Injection Index This is the action index that injection will be made Index values are shown with prefix in actions panel Valid range is displayed beside the text field The function call will be inserted at the specified index existing actions will be pushed down You can click on actions to get an index into the edit box when there is an index at the start of the action line and when not previewing the injection Debug ID Debug ID the first argument to the DebugLog function is an arbitrary integer you can use to identify the origin of the function call Variables to pass Variables that are accessible in this method are listed here grouped by scope Checked variables will be passed to the DebugLog function in an object associative array as the second and final argument Often you would want to trace local variables arguments and local registers If the method uses activation slots these local variables will have names The special item Stack top item is useful for tracing stack however care should be taken since it does not check for stack underflow An injected function call to DebugLog will look like similar to the following ASVDebugLog DebugLog 100 local 1 local 1 local 2 local 2 Click Preview to see injected DebugLog function call in actions panel

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  • Evaluate Class Method
    or classes these will not be prevented To open Evaluate Class Method dialog select the script that contains the method in Actionscripts tab of an AS3 SWF window Run Evaluate Static Method int String command either from Actionscript menu or using the toolbar button in Actionscripts tab If this command is disabled it means the class does not have any eligible methods Select the Method name from the dropdown menu If there is only one eligible method it will be already selected and no further selection will be available Enter the integer argument 1 int For hexadecimal values use 0x prefix Click Evaluate ALT E to pass the integer argument 1 int to the method The method will be executed in Flash Player and the string it returns will be displayed in the Output area Click Decrease and Evaluate CTRL D or Increase and Evaluate CTRL I to increase or decrease the integer argument 1 int and evaluate it with the method These are useful when the method expects nearby values to return other strings Output String results returned from the method will be displayed in this read only text area If the result is null integer argument is probably

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  • AS3 Dependency Information
    Escape to dismiss the dialog Qualified name of the selected script is displayed at the top Scripts on which the selected script depends are shown in the Uses Tree tab Initially unexpanded Uses tree will list the scripts that are directly used by the selected script Expanding a script will show the scripts it uses depends on hence the selected script indirectly depends on Scripts which depend on the selected script are shown in the Used By Tree tab Initially unexpanded Used By tree will list the scripts that directly use the selected script Expanding a script name will show the scripts which use depend on that script hence indirectly depend on the selected script In both trees along with standard script icons icon indicates circular dependency etc black and white icons indicate the script is already displayed elsewhere in the tree icon indicates that the script is not found in the current SWF ABC file icon indicates a package Context Menu Click View Used By Tree for Scriptname to reset the dialog make the current script selected and switch to the Used By Tree tab Click View Uses Tree for Scriptname to reset the dialog make the current script

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