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Vizzy Flash TracerVizzy Flash Tracer is a debugging tool for flash developers which lets you read all the "trace" statements of SWF files without adding any extra code! It works in Firefox, IE, Flash IDE, Adobe AIR and other places where "trace" statements take place. Vizzy is cross platform and has all the features other tracers have and even more.

Vizzy runs out-of-the-box and configures your environment for you to start debugging your flash applications immediately (automatic mm.cfg file creation, determining location, debug flash player detection, etc.)Download the latest build from Downloads section.

Featuresv2.0 New FeaturesNew GUI. Windows native executable (exe). Log snapshots.

Flash Player Policy file reading option. Flash Player detection at first launch. search results are displayed besides the scroll bar log file read frequency is configurable multi-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) batch files to run Vizzy on every platform mm.cfg file automatic creation flashlog.txt file location automatic detection comma separated filtering for multiple keywords restore window on trace log update if minimized quick search with F3 key (highlight any word and press F3). highlight-all search mode always on top mode word wrapping clear log button

System requiermentsJava Runtime 1.5+ How To LaunchWindows:Run with Vizzy.exe or by double-clicking on Vizzy.jar

Mac OSX:Run by double-clicking on Vizzy.jar or vizzy_mac.sh (set chmod 777)

Linux:Run by double-clicking on Vizzy.jar or vizzy_linux.sh (set chmod 777)

TroubleshootingIf you do not see anything in your Vizzy debug screen, please check the following:

Debug Flash Player

Check that you have debug flash player installed instead of a regular one. To check, just right click on your any flash object and if you see Debugger option there, then you have debug flash player installed. Install debug Flash Players from http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html By default, Vizzy should detect flash player automatically at first launch.
mm.cfg

Check that you have mm.cfg file in your user's directory (Macintosh OS X: /Library/Application Support/Macromedia, Windows 2000/XP: c:\Documents and Settings\username\, Windows Vista: C:\Users\username, Linux: /home/username) If it does not exist, please create mm.cfg in that directlry with 2 lines of content:

TraceOutputFileEnable=1
ErrorReportingEnable=1This should work! By default, Vizzy should create mm.cfg file for you at every launch if it does not exist.

run

If your Vizzy does not run as described in "How To Launch" chapter, please try to run it from command line: open your shell windows and go to the Vizzy directory. Type
java -jar Vizzy.jar

Created by: Sergei Ledvanov

Version info update
Current version is: 2.1;
Current version features: 1. New Trace Options tab.|2. Bugfixes;

DonationsIf you think this program is good enough, donate some money!

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actionscript debugger flash flashdebugger flashtracer flex flexdebugger flextracer trace tracer

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