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Old August 16th, 2006, 09:58 PM
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Default The problem with the Flash decompiler tools

I have seen many decompiler toos on the internet, just like Sothink SWF Decompiler,Eltima Flash Decompiler, and so on. I think these sofewares have already offered the copyright of the author. Becasue when you are very attentive to the design and find many resource for flash, but your will find that your work was already revised before inform to you, I think the decompiler user should be bear any responsibility if there are any legal problems caused by the pirate of exporting FLA.

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Thats not a legal problem, thats your right. You have right to use tools for better life, for better work, for better love. But I think there must be a rule that you should not decompile if the author say "No" to you. Personally, I like to use Sothink decompiler. The offer better service not only before you but it. They send me a software updata message a few weeks ago, they release the newest version deconpiler. here is the link: http://www.sothink.com/product/flash...iler/index.htm

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I don't agree with your opinion.I don't think the author like the work is be revised.
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Likely, It's part of them.

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the important point is is legal? Since it's legal and you can improve your skills by replicating what others do, do it. The first software Bill Gates sold was GWBasic. Basic was created by the university of Dartmount. All he did was copy their basic and port it to other computers. Why should we be any lesser men.

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