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> What steps will reproduce the problem?
In a 50 MB SWF file, there's a binaryData file that's 500 KB when exported. If I click it
and then use the Replace feature and use a 27 MB file, it eventually successfully replaces
it (I can Save as... and the resulting SWF works with the new data), but it never looks
like it does within ffdec--the old data remains displayed on-screen. Furthermore, if you
try to open the SWF again and click the replaced binaryData, javaw will take up a whole GB
of memory, and peg the processor, but after 20 minutes not display the data.
> What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
I'd expect to be able to see the data, but the data "never" replaces what's on-screen.
> What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
2.0.0 (tried both 64-bit and 32) on Windows 7 64-bit.
> Please provide any additional information below. Attach the file you have problem with
if neccessary. If you do not want to publish files YOU CAN CHANGE VISIBILITY TO PRIVATE
The file is not mine to attach. But, if I may suggest, it would be really nice to be able
to command-line replace a particular binaryData file without viewing it first.
Now only the first 65536 bytes are displayed in the screen. (You can configure the limit
in advanced settigns)
You can download the latest nighty build from here: /www.free-decompiler.com/flash/nightly.html
Is this enough, or do you still need the command line arguments for replacing the binary