Adobe Flash Player Debugger for Mac126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52 Beta
The Adobe Flash Player Debugger is a support tool for developers working on Adobe Flash projects. The utility can prove to be very useful if you are encountering errors because it can help you create code breakpoints, provides extensive control upon the app execution, enables you to monitor specific variables, or evaluate expressions while the project is running.
Standalone or plug-in tool for previewing your SWF projects
Adobe Flash Player Debugger is available as a standalone application which runs on your Mac and allows you to open SWF documents. At the same time, Adobe Flash Player Debugger has a plug-in edition that, once installed on your computer, allows you to debug apps in your browser.
The application can be used to preview Adobe Flash or Flex projects in a simple, minimalist player: simply open the project and Adobe Flash Player Debugger will run the app. You are able to adjust the window size, zoom in or zoom out, adjust the quality, or enable the full screen mode.
Also makes it simple and straightforward to debug SWF projects
Adobe Flash Player Debugger comes with a debugging tool that allows you to visualize runtime errors, and is using the trace() method to send statements, data services messages, and possible errors to the local Flash Debug Player log file. Usually, this file is placed in the /Users/username/Library/Preferences/Macromedia/Flash Player/Logs/ folder on your local drive.
Simple yet powerful and highly configurable debugging tool
The Adobe Flash Player Debugger logging capabilities are controlled by the mm.cfg text file that is created by default in the /Library/Application Support/Macromedia/ directory when you install the application.
To adjust the debugger behavior and its logging functions, you must modify certain properties. You can learn more about the entire procedure on the Configure the debugger version of Flash Player help page.
Adobe Flash Player Debugger enables you to analyze your Adobe Flash or Flex projects, preview the results, and identify the source of certain errors. All in all, if you are developing Flash apps, this tool should be included in your software collection.