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I ran into this today as I am working with a swf file that contains additional swf files
under it, and more under that. To be able to see the SWF data I am forced to click on the
binary data, then then click the "Click here to load it as subtree", but there is no way
to multi-select -> right click -> open as subtree if SWF.
Either having a setting in Settings to automatically do this on import, or to be able to
call that upon multiple items and have it just be smart about whether it contains SWF
inside or not. I would assume implementing this wouldn't be difficult at all as it's
already able to detect if there is SWF inside, and there is already a method for
converting from that binary data to SWF/subtree.
Few versions ago, there was implemented autoloading subSWFs,
but it lead to large memory consumption/slow loading if the file/SWFs were large.
I think I can put that option back in as optional configurable feature...