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> What steps will reproduce the problem?
Just trying to save a direct AS3 edition
> What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
> What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
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So, i was decompiling a SWF, i tried to change the script using direct AS3 edition and it
didn't work at saving. I'm really sad about this bug...
I worked hard on that script and it didn't save.
I tried again and it didn't work.
Nothing appears on output, wich is weird, but i tried to go to script again and i even
tried the swf and nothing happend. It simply didn't save.
I''m getting something similar to this, whenever I try to save action script through
direct as edit I get this error (SEMICOLON expected but MINUS found on line 39)
Line 39 contains this: import _-1C.FindUser;
Can you stop that error, ignore it or add an option/tickbox to ignore it?