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LGLab
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os:           Win 7
fp:           FP 10.1 Debugger 
readVmem:     139
writeVmem:    177
readVector:   207
writeVector:  247
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MSFX
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funny thing is, there’s no way to access those nice new memory opcodes using just adobe tools

why not? stupid adobe :(

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tsafi
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funny thing is, there’s no way to access those nice new memory opcodes using just adobe tools
why not? stupid adobe :(

Yes when you shift to Mac then the Adobe trash thing start ….

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ant_farm
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os:           [XP :D sorry about that :D ]
fp:           10.1
readVmem:     77
writeVmem:    89
readVector:   187
writeVector:  187

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bitfade
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why not? stupid adobe :(
you have to use 3rd party tools to inject the new opcodes once you compiled the swf with Flash/Flex

it’s pretty easy using azeroth single executable but will only work on windows

Other platform can use apparat (java) which depends on scala so installation is a bit less easy
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dexterous
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os:           [Win XP]
fp:           [fp 10]
readVmem:     [363]
writeVmem:    [379]
readVector:   [513]
writeVector:  [579]
FireFox, 2 GB RAM , lot of app running – FF, Flash CS3 , Flash CS4 , SoundBooth, PhotoShop.
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doru
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os:           [win 7]
fp:           [10.1.52.14]
readArray:        3021
readByteArray:  398
readVMem:       116
readVector:      276
writeArray:       1624
writeByteArray: 1133
writeVMem:      142
writeVector:     278

edit: can’t arrange damn numbers so they look nice and :\ aligned. :(

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