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    Flasher
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    Flash Optimizer, Should I Trust It?

    http://www.softizer.com/show_product...ash_optimizer/
    Says it'll compress SWF's 60-70% without loses quality ....would be the greatest thing if it worked...who wants to try it out?

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    FK's Geezer Mod Ask The Geezer's Avatar
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    I've tried a couple of those. They didn't work all that well. They do funky things to lines and text.

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    Phantom Flasher... Markp.com's Avatar
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    I've used a couple, and they work fine... Haven't used the one you posted though...

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    I checked the link and it showed the error "File not found in server". Please do check.

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    Thanks for the link you shared with us but after a lot of struggle, finally it open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikmartin View Post
    Thanks for the link you shared with us but after a lot of struggle, finally it open.
    Did you notice that this thread is FOURTEEN YEARS OLD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikmartin View Post
    Thanks for the link you shared with us but after a lot of struggle, finally it open.
    that is loads of inaccurate information, the domain looks like it is now hijacked by unrelated people
    who is this? a word of friendly advice: FFS stop using AS2

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