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You open file in ffdec_1.7.4u1 on Mac OSX 10.9 (mavericks), open a class click the edit
button and change some action script. The click save. It will hang for hours with no
changes made an unresponsive and cpu stuck at 100%.
In ffdec_1.7.1 the same action is working and the changes are made. However in ffdec_1.7.1
on "save as" after changes are made, a hang occurs as well but the file is saved properly
first so I can just kill it and have the result.
The file is part of an "open source" payroll system for which no flash sources are
provided and the only method of customizing is to edit the swf.
It stands to mention that neither version is able to decompile the whole file and throws
severe decompilation errors. But with the earlier version I was able to change what I
needed to change.