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  • Action Script Viewer - About Manitu Group
    years as of May 2015 Our familiarity with the format dates back to May 1998 We have also successfully completed many contract programming jobs related to SWF format over the years for major clients Currently we are too busy to accept any contract work We are best known with ASV the first Flash SWF decompiler released in May 2000 You can read Burak KALAYCI s frozen blog at www asvguy

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/a.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - Site of the Month Archive
    and think you shouldn t either by Cory Doctorow boingboing February 2010 Free Flash 3D Carousel FP10 AS3 January 2010 Adobe Flash Platform Game Technology Center April 2009 AS3 Space Invaders Emulation at ByteArray org by Thibault Imbert December 2008 The 25 Line ActionScript Contest November 2008 Degrafa a declarative graphics framework open source October 2008 head Web Conference September 2008 Media Semantics character animation August 2008 mProjector July 2008 Balsamiq Studios June 2008 3D Flash Experiments by Mathieu Badimon May 2008 Adobe Sometimes we fail to appreciate the obvious April 2008 Alternativa3D Developers blog March 2008 No site was awarded as Site of the Month for March 2008 February 2008 No site was awarded as Site of the Month for February 2008 January 2008 Phireworx December 2007 Go ActionScript Animation Platform November 2007 moock org October 2007 No site was awarded as Site of the Month for October 2007 September 2007 SWX August 2007 Pile O Bubbles by Wicked Pissah Games July 2007 Flash Prayer Featuring the best Flash sites around June 2007 Gaia Framework for Adobe Flash May 2007 Modernista April 2007 The Fuse Kit February 2007 Again Papervision3D too cool January 2007 Papervision3D Blog December 2006 Aral Balkan blog November 2006 ROXIK October 2006 blazePDF v2 0 July 2006 www rockonflash com by John Grden June 2006 Flade May 2006 FC64 Commodore 64 emulator for Flash 9 AS3 April 2006 Electronic Frontier Foundation March 2006 FITC Toronto 2006 April 21 23 January 2006 Conclave Obscurum November 2005 AFLAX October 2005 Macromedia Labs September 2005 kaourantin net by Tinic Uro August 2005 Flash Creations by Helen Triolo July 2005 IFBIN Great Software by Example June 2005 Ragdoll by Pekka Sandborg May 2005 Alan Musselman Weblog April 2005 Darron Schall Weblog March 2005 Xamlon February 2005 CGWS by Christian

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/m.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - Version 2014/08 Release Notes
    08 30 version Several bug fixes and enhancements to both AS3 and AS2 decompile engines AS3 Class Replacer tool for ASV is released AS3 Class Replacer lets you replace within certain limitations an existing class in an AS3 SWF by injecting a different version of the class from another SWF file Known issues Help or any documentation is not available at this time Updated website pages are not available at

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/asv2014.08_release_notes.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - Version 2011 Release Announcement
    before July 31 2005 Never I received it for free for various reasons Don t remember Not sure Back Restart Whatever the reason for your free copy was please contact us at support buraks com with details you may be still qualifying for a free license Back Restart You qualify for free ASV 2011 license with free updates upgrades for 18 months starting from February 10 2011 To get ASV 2011 Download ShowPAC application Run ShowPAC on the PC you will be installing ASV on and get your PAC Product Activation Code One PAC per user license Email your PAC s to us Write from your registered email address or include your order ID You will receive your license file and download location in 24 at most 48 hours If you can t access or remember your registered email address provide your order ID If you don t have your order ID contact us with all the relevant information you have and we will see what we can do Back Restart You qualify for special upgrade pricing To get ASV 2011 Download ShowPAC application Run ShowPAC on the PC s you will be installing ASV on and get your PAC s Product Activation Code One PAC per user license Order ASV 2011 upgrade state your PAC s on the order form You will receive your license file and download location in 24 at most 48 hours For activation PAC is required Please don t hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance Back Restart Have you ever paid for ASV upgrade after your initial purchase Yes No Back Restart You may qualify for discounted upgrade pricing Please contact us at support buraks com and either email from your registered address or provide your order ID or provide as much relevant information about your ASV order as possible Back Restart You will have to make a new purchase See avialable options Back Restart What type of license do you need Single user license Up to 10 user licenses More than 10 user licenses Other site license etc Back For single user license Download ShowPAC application Run ShowPAC on the PC you will be installing ASV on and get your PAC Product Activation Code Order ASV 2011 state your PAC on the order form You will receive your license file and download location in 24 at most 48 hours For activation PAC is required You can send us the PAC later rather than stating it at the time of your order but you will not be able to run ASV until you send the PAC to us and we send you your license file Back Restart For less than 10 user licenses Download ShowPAC application Run ShowPAC on the PCs you will be installing ASV on and get your PACs Product Activation Codes Order ASV 2011 state your PACs on the order form You will receive your license file and download location in 24 at most 48 hours For activation PACs

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/asv2011_release_announcement.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - ASV SOL Viewer and Editor
    various types Certain types can only have a value some like array can have a child items which can be any of the other types Various types are Number Contains a value of integer or floating point number Boolean Contains a value that can be either True of False String Contains an array of characters Object Contains a list of child items each with a property name Null Does not contain a value Corresponds to null Undef Does not contain a value Corresponds to undefined Type7 Contains an integer value its purpose currently unknown Mixed aka Mixed Array Contains a list of child items each with an index Array Contains a list of child items not normally used in SOL files Date Contains a Date Time Zone value XML Contains a string in XML format Custom aka Custom Class Contains a class name and a list of child items Editing SOL Files Editing existing items When an item is selected name of the selected property and its value if applicable will be shown on the panel to the right You can edit the Property Name and the Value fields then press Enter or the Apply button to make it permanent You ll still need to save the file though For String and XML types you can edit the Value in the text box to insert a return character press ctrl Enter You can also save the contents of the text box to a file or load it from a file using the Save Load buttons UTF8 encoded text xml files are not fully supported in this version Creating new items You can either use the toolbar buttons or right click menu to access the item related commands The root item Object Name can only have child items When an item

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/tools/sve.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - ASV MXP Viewer and Extractor
    contains will be listed Usually the MXI Macromedia Extension Info file will be listed first then the additional files For each file the file date and time type path and uncompressed size will be listed using the info found in the MXP file Also the calculated compression is displayed If the ratio is 0 this means that the file is stored in the MXP compressed but without any compression benefits for file size You can use File Extract All Files command to extract all files in the MXP using the folder structure to a folder you ll choose When you select a file in the MXP a file item that is listed you have the following options Extract the file using either Item Extract command or using context menu Extract command or dragging and dropping the file to a folder View the document with internal text viewer using either Item View as Text command or context menu View as Text command View the document with internal web viewer which uses installed IE using either Item View as Web IE Document or context menu View as Web IE Document command Run the file with system associated application using either Item Run command or context menu Run command You can drag drop the file to any application that accepts files For example you can drop a SWF file on to ASV or drop a file to your favorite hex editor Additionally you can define up to 5 application to run files with using File Options command and run the selected file with the appropriate application using the Run with commands in the Item menu or the context menu Options Using the File Options command you can define up to 5 additional applications to send the files to Select a slot in the

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/tools/mve.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - ASV Projector Creator
    the time the plug in will be installed on users system you cannot be sure of the version of the player Projector creation involves appending the SWF file to the SAFP executable file and then appending a few more bytes 8 to be exact So the size of the projector directly depends on the size of the SAFP and the SWF file If you will be distributing the projector on a CD or DVD size probably won t matter much Although you might consider the situation where access and read times of a drive will be slower than reading the smaller file and decompressing in memory when necessary Otherwise it matters a lot One obvious trend in SAFP size is that it gets bigger with every new version Version 8 SAFP is about 1 5MB version 7 SAFP is about 980KB version 6 SAFP is about 844KB while version 5 SAFP is about 368KB and version 4 SAFP is just 280KB not to mention version 3 SAFP is just 144KB This is quite understandable you need to have more bytes to have more functionality But this also means that you should use the player version that matches your SWF if you care about the size Also though very rare there might be issues when using different version of Players and SWF files So if your version 5 SWF file is 800KB uncompressed and 400KB compressed should you be using the compressed SWF with version 6 SAFP or the uncompressed SWF with version 5 SAFP Generally compression does not reduce SWF size by 50 as in this example Because SWF file format is already optimized for size the compression ratio achieved especially for small files will be quite less Fortunately there are EXE file compressors available that can reduce the Player size about 50 So you can use a compressed SAFP in the first place This helps but still something is missing When you create a projector with SAFP version 6 7 or 8 and a compressed SWF the math explained above won t hold Investigating more one finds out that the player actually decompresses the SWF file before creating the projector EXE In the light of this behavior one might conclude that projectors are not capable of playing compressed SWF files But wait how can the player play compressed SWF files then It might not have the ability to compress a SWF but the SWF file was compressed in the beginning As it turns out SAFP can be used to create a projector that has a compressed SWF file embedded but you cannot do this using the Create Projector menu command present in the player In fact since there are many free utilities that can extract a SWF from a projector you can create a projector using any compressed SWF you have and then extract the SWF from the projector with one of the tools And there you will have free decompression by the Flash Player itself So not only

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/tools/prj.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Action Script Viewer - ASV IE Cache SWF Browser
    URL SWF name string and last access time You can find SWF files with extensions other than SWF If a SWF file is named as GIF or PHP you have the option to search all files regardless of extension You can see SWF version file name last access time file size easily Also more detail is displayed for the selected SWF along with a preview You have the option to execute the SWF which will open with Standalone Flash Player if you have Flash installed and to open the URL Uses Windows Cache services Will work for other applications that use the windows cache Please read this document to decide if you need to install this free tool ASV IE Cache SWF Browser requires ASV to run Also it s not available as a separate product ASV IE Cache SWF Browser is a free add on tool for Action Script Viewer ASV French locatlization for ASV IE Cache SWF Browser is available at Documentation section Usage ASV Projector Creator will add Search IE Cache command to the Tools menu Search Options When you run the command Search IE Cache from ASV Tools menu you ll be presented with the following dialog Windows XP Snapshot above In the text box you can enter any partial text that you know exists in the complete URL including the SWF file name Only SWF files that have the string in their URL will be listed You can limit the search by the time the files last accessed in 2 hours 24 hours etc If you have just browsed the site select 2 hours If you wish to find all SWF files in your cache select 20 years If you select the Scan all files regardless of extension all files will be searched This option

    Original URL path: http://www.buraks.com/asv/tools/wbc.html (2016-05-02)
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