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Author: Pope de Flash | Website: http://

What is it?

This has got to be one of the hottest new middleware programs for swf files.

Have you ever created a file, published it and then lost the .FLA file right when you needed that code again? All the while you had a .SWF file running right in front of you, sticking its tongue out at you saying, "here I am come and get me if you can!" It's times like these were you wish you could get the code back out so you could rebuild it fast.

Well wish no more! That's right now you can recover that lost code in just a matter of moments. Thanks to a new app developed by Istanbul's (Turkey) Manitu Group. The new tool is called "Action Script Viewer"

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Added: 2000-06-14
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