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Default Command line switches

I'm trying to create a flash screensaver. I have tried the auto-creation tools, but because my animation relies on actionscript, these don't work.

I've found out that a screensaver is just a renamed exe file that responds to certain command line switches, which is fine, but I don't know how to pick up command line switches using actionscript (or even if it is possible.) I'm using Flash MX 2004.

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