Have you ever lost the .FLA file and the only thing you have left is the .SWF file? And needed it to recover the sounds and art to reduce the time to rebuild of that file? Do you wish you had a tool that lets you browse the swf's on the drive in a visual way to save you time since you like to name your files with names like snoopy and rat, and rat1 etc. Or would you like to be able to see the techniques people employ to make their effects. Well if you have ever had any of these questions then the answer is SWF Browser.
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