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LucidStudios says

yes it is true and I suggest this to flashden reviewers as well that they put a watermark on files as well if authors don’t do this themselves.

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FlashGuruLTD says

Cool. Thanks. Ive updated.

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flashjunkie says
yes it is true and I suggest this to flashden reviewers as well that they put a watermark on files as well if authors don’t do this themselves.

good point, so u dont have to decomplie a file to use it? thats bad, i think im going to start watermarking my files…

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FlashGuruLTD says

Yeah, i should have thought this out, in theory somebody could use my files and change all of the settings in the xml file, that is both a good thing and a bad thing. Watermarks from now on for sure.

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wickedpixel says

well.. that is why you can use two versions.. a preview one and the real source…
disable/delete/edit some code for the preview file… fake the actions…

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AlexH says

but the files do get encrypted here right? The only xml file I sell here has got a big logo in the middle, so it won’t be just ripped, but still…

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LucidStudios says
but the files do get encrypted here right?

yes but the point i have raised is something different.

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michaelhejja says

Another good way to prevent this is to load the entire swf into a blank swf to preview, so that saving the web page from the browser would just save the blank swf.

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flashjunkie says

but the other swf will be in the system cache? if someone really wants your file they will get it.

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Random says

Looks great FG ;)

Surely you will make many sales with it

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