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Daniel Del Rio

I think you are completely misinterpreting my question. Nobody ever mentioned decompiling anything published. I didn't even mention anything to do with a compiled output. Let me attempt to rephrase:

When using the HTML5 output on a browser that actually triggers the non-flash version to load the GetPlayer() function in JavaScript which we use to make use of GetVar() and SetVar() also allows you to obtain other information like the current frame, how many frames there are, etc...

When using the HTML5 output on a browser that actually triggers the flash version to load the GetPlayer() function simply returns an HTMLEmbedElement with the GetVar() and SetVar() method attached to this DOM object. The bad part is that this DOM object is missing all of the other functionality like the ability to obtain other information like the current frame, how many frames there are, etc...