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    Angry Help With Macromedia Flash

    How do you un-protect a flash file. I need to edit mine but i don't know how to unprotect it so i can edit it. Thanks for the help.

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    Do you have the .fla file or the .swf?
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    You can find your answer here.
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    You click on the padlock by the animation bar.
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    no all i have left is the .swf file i think i mighta deleted the .fla file cause i cant find it

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    If you do not have the .fla file, I do not recall flash having the ability to allow you to create the source file from the .swf.

    I think you may be stuck.
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    i'm guessing you protected your swf from import then?
    Nothin' you can do. Best thing to do is to make a backup of all time consuming files you ever create, I have over 35mb worht of backup, everything that I have slaved over for my up and coming business.. which is not up but is coming!
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