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SWF without flash player installed

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  1. Inga

    Inga New Member

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    Is it possible to play flash without flash-player installed? I heard that SWF file and flash player itself may be included into one EXE file.
     
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    That is correct although you can also make it a .app file to but the .exe is a windows supported version. I don't know if linux is supported because it may use windows byte code(C# or VB generated) which only windows can translate into opcode for the processor. Its a publishing option in Flash Creative Suites.
     
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    Friend advised me to use Flajector ( flajector.com ). Is it good?
     
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    It's great tool :) it help you fast convert your .swf to .exe
     
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    Hmmm.... interesting link .... I'll see.
     
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    interesting service, transparency is supported?
     
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    I think yes, but I'm not 100% sure :D
     
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    You're right - the transparency is supported, but I still prefer flajector :charming:
     

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