list all variables used in a swf

Posted on 2006-04-18
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
looking to develop a little tool for testing and debugging. one aspect of this tool would be to list all variables used in a swf. specifically :

variable name. and it 's current value


this can be achieved. of course. by tracing. but the output panel can become a little cumbersome at times .especially when checking values on enterFrame


any ideas ?
Question by:InspireGroup
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    this can also be achieved when you're testing, by selecting List Variables. So, the tool you're thinking about building is allready there. Now, I will say that I wish Flash 8 would display the variables in tabular form (datagrid would be nice), but that's another story.


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