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    Turning MFA files into EXEs

    umm yeah im not sure if im in the right place but i cant seem to find one i need.
    but i was wondering how you can turn MMF2/.mfw files into .exe files

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    Re: CPU utilization becomes 100% while pausing app

    In the full version of the software

    Under the file menu then build you can find the option to build an EXE.

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    Re: Turning MFA files into EXEs

    Welcome - I moved your post out of the other thread as it's a separate question.

    You can use MMF2 to save an application as an EXE through the "Build" option on the main menu - this gives the option of building an installer or exporting directly as an EXE file.

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