|Subject:||Re: [Swftools-common] PDF2SWF: can it produce valid AVM2 (Flash9) files?|
|Date:||Mon, 8 Oct 2007 12:02:34 +0200|
I am playing with PDF2SWF for a project I am writing. It requires the
converted SWF to be imported inside a Flex3 app.
The problem is that the SWF is imported as a AVM1 (Flash8 or less) file
and I cannot communicate in the right way from my Flex3 application.
While converting the PDF I don't want *ANY* ActionScript in it (I don't
use preloader or viewer) so I think it could be easy to, at least,
"fake" a AVM2 SWF file.
There is a runtime solution at this address:
I don't know if it works: I'd like to "hack" the SWF file before loading it.
I have also had a look at pdf2swf sources but they are too big to just
begin the hack.
BTW: Matthias, I am quite a good C coder (writing in C since 1992), and
I am loving your SWF tools. Do you need any help?
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