Little plugin that allows enable advanced telemetry (inject AT tag tagID #93 into swf file).
Right clicking on root of project tree view (AS3 projects only), allows change state of injection and set AT password.[2013.03.12
] v1.1 - update for version FD4.2.3+ (R2481+)https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10967086/downl ... n_v1.1.fdz
- right click on any *.swf file allows injecte/strip AT (uses password from current project)
- [bug fixed] "Build Project Files" from context menu on .as3proj, uses settings from clicked project (not from currently opened) - need FD4.2.3+ (R2481+),
- fixed some bugs (error at opening "Object reference not set to an instance of an object." etc.),
When you select/unselect "AT Enable" (or change password), you must always rebuild your project.
AT tag is injected to SWF after "Build Complete" - you should see the message in output panel: "Advanced Telemetry Enabled".
If you set the AT password in the FD, you should also set same in Scout to show Advanced Telemetry data.
(Scout -> Edit -> Preferences -> "Password to unlock protected SWF")
Otherwise (without password in Scout), Scout will always show the basic data, like if AT was disabled.
Default state of AT and default password (for new projects or project opened for the first time after installing the plugin) is in FlashDevelop -> Tools -> Program Settings -> AT Injector.
To be 100% sure that plugin works and AT tag was injected:
- download and install SWFInvestigator http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/swfinvestigator/
- after build complete, drag your main swf file to SWFInvestigator
- check whether there is a tag 'null' (type 93) somewhere below 'Metadata' or 'FileAttributes' in TAG Viewer tab, (SWFInvestigator does not recognize AT tag and set it's name as a 'null')
After packaging for android app, use 7-Zip to unpack main swf from .apk and check with SWFInvestigator.
If the AT tag is in the swf, and advanced telemetry doesn't work, the problem lies in the configuration of Scout (ie. password), or the version of Flash Player/AIR (AT requires: FP 11.4 and AIR 3.4)