If you said yes to the recent Creators Update to Windows 10 or you have been getting Windows Insider builds, then you already know that it caused problems with SWF Studio applications.

Starting with Windows 10 build 17127, SWF Studio applications just stopped working!

According to the debug logs, SWF Studio applications were not able to find the virtual registry entries for the embedded Flash OCX and the EXE was forced to bail during startup.

A change in Windows 10 that affected our registry virtualization turned out to be the culprit.

The problem has been resolved and tested and we're getting ready to release the fix.

If you're a registered user and you want to try the fix today, just send an email to support@northcode.com and ask for it!