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Old 13. Feb 2013, 03:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to change a url link in a .swf file?

Hi, I've just switched isps and just want to move my website across.
All is fine except some flash .swf animations - I created them, with a struggle, with Swish donkeys years ago, and no longer have the software (I tried a newer version of Swish and it updated the urls but screwed up the rest of the .swf formatting).
Is there a simple, free or not too costly, way of just changing the url link in a swf file, without screwing anything else up?
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Old 13. Feb 2013, 07:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't have any Flash animation software, but does this help?

on(release)
{
getURL("http://www.flash-here.com", "_blank");
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Old 14. Feb 2013, 12:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Guess you'd be looking for a freeware version of this kind of thing maybe? --

http://download.cnet.com/Flash-Decom...dlPid=10865875

Maybe search will produce something.
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Hi, I've just switched isps and just want to move my website across.
All is fine except some flash .swf animations - I created them, with a struggle, with Swish donkeys years ago, and no longer have the software
Hi Andy,

Although not having the software, do you per chance have the originating .flv files? If so, I can convert the urls for you and re-export as a .swf.

Otherwise (depending on the size of the actual swf file (maybe just a button?) you'd be able to decompile (swf decompiler) and re-compile).
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