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<b>What steps will reproduce the problem?</b>
1. Open Local File
3. ...repeat step 2
<b>What is the expected output? What do you see instead?</b>
Expected to see decompiled file, observed "Loading SWF file, please wait..."
<b>What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?</b>
<b>Please provide any additional information below.</b>
Customer file is ~256k in size. Is this size too much?
I found I could start ASDec.jar inside the Windows Explorer but not at the command line.
Is there a command-line that I can use to start the .jar and observe the behavior better?
Cheers, John S Wolter
Hi, thank you for reporting.
I cannot fix it without seeing the SWF file.
If you can send me the file via email i would appreciate it.
For the commandline: you can start it via java command:
java -jar asdec.jar
If you add /? option, you can view some commandline options.