Flajector 2.0

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Flajector 2.0
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Version: 2.0
Size: 1.65 MB
Publisher: Softanics
Date Added:
License [?]: Shareware (USD$59.00 to buy)
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 2003, Windows 2000
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Publisher's Description of Flajector

" Converts Flash movies (SWF) to .EXE files. "
- From Softanics

Flajector converts Flash movies (SWF) to .EXE files. You can include a Flash player in generated applications. In other words, the applications will work even if a Flash player is not installed. Moreover, Flajector can create windowless applications from Flash movies. The transparent mode is supported! Generated applications do not use temporary files. Flash movies and the Flash player are loaded directly from memory. Include all resources (xml, mp3, flv, swf, etc.) in single EXE. Standard classes to work with files. Extend your applications with plugins.

Limitations in downloadable version

Nag-screen.

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Tags

flash   |  flash8   |  projector   |  swf   |  flash.ocx   |  movie   |  exe   

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