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#444 Add FFDec to SWF files context menu is not working under linux KDE
> What steps will reproduce the problem? open the application then go to settings, enable "Add FFDec to SWF files context menu" then open the system file manager and right click on any SWF file > What is the expected output? What do you see instead? i expected to find a new item in the context menu to edit the file, but nothing was added > What version of the product are you using? On what operating system? v.1.7.4.u1 nightly built 12/22/2013 OS: linux mint 15 KDE 4.11 > additional information: for KDE the application should create a service menu file ".desktop file" to provide this feature under the "actions" menu for KDE Dolphin http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Desktop_File
In the latest nightly build the setting should be invisible on linux. JPEXS: Do we want to support this feature on non-Windows systems? I don't have linux helmy: If you can help me to test this feature, then I can try to do it.
honfika: I am not against it in FFDec, but will not implement it myself. I don't use Linux much. The same for MemorySearch on Linux.
i can help test this on linux, and maybe able to help in other ways too, can you point me to where is the method that handles adding/removing the context menu item? i will try to write some code to add this myself if that would help as for memorySearch i can say that dumping or accessing another process memory is much easier to implement on linux than on windows, i can help with that as well!
It is in: asdec\trunk\src\com\jpexs\decompiler\flash\console\ContextMenuTools.java addToContextMenu method
Assigned: → honfika
helmy: is there any progress about the context menu in linux?