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Author Liane
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#1 * Posted: 19 Sep 2007 23:09 * Edited by: Liane
1st When i write this in VB Shockwaveflash1.SetVariable("Variable", Value)
it will show like
call MSVBVM60.DLL.__vbaHresultCheckObj(ecx+14h(004577F0h, var_1C), 004577F0h, 004098F0h, 00000014h)

How to make it show exactly the same ?
I got 3.4 full version ill post a screen shot if you want...Thanks

And another question.How can i get some plugins ?
Author Support
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#2 * Posted: 22 Sep 2007 22:33
Quoting: Liane

How to make it show exactly the same ?


Compile your EXE file to P-Code and Vb Decompiler decompile it.

Quoting: Liane

I got 3.4 full version ill post a screen shot if you want...


Sorry, we don't support unregistered users.

Quoting: Liane

How can i get some plugins ?


All new plugins are presented in new builds of VB Decompiler
Author Liane
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#3 * Posted: 23 Sep 2007 17:35
How to compile to p-code
Author Support
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#4 * Posted: 25 Sep 2007 21:08
Quoting: Liane

How to compile to p-code


You need original source code to do it.

Open it on Visual Basic 6.0 and goto Project Options. Check Compilation options to P-Code and recompile your program
Author Liane
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#5 * Posted: 26 Sep 2007 19:45
GPcH i dont really know how to get the full source of a program ill send u so if u want decompile the source for me I dont really understand...HOW
Author Support
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#6 * Posted: 27 Sep 2007 19:46
Quoting: Liane

GPcH i dont really know how to get the full source of a program


If your program in P-Code (Lite version 3.4 show it in main window after decompilation) - you need Pro version of Vb Decompiler to decompile this program.
If Lite version show Native Code - Vb Decompiler can't recovery full source
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