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Yes, that could be useful. One time I needed to change (just for some tests - anyway
result was not so good as I expected :D) "Display rect." and can't do it with FFDec. So I
converted with other program to xml (at that moment FFDec didn't supported this) and
changed this parameter. But for me it has the lowest priority comparing with my other
Ok, but it is not just a new magic number in the code, it is using the same constant,
which was already exist in the code for searching the swf in memory. (SWFSearch.java line
And the combo box is filled dynamically from 1 to this limit. So if you want to eliminate
this limit, and allow version numbers up to 255, it should be modified in SWFSearch too
for the consistency
Ok, now you can edit the compression here.
You can select and save invalid combintaions, too. but a warning message is displayed,
which can be:
- GFX supports only uncompressed or Zlib compressed content.
- Zlib compression needs SWF version 6 or greater.
- LZMA compression needs SWF version 13 or greater.
Is there any other invalid combination?
Is it ok now?