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~BLÃÐE~ 07-13-2020 03:25 AM

Visual Studio
 
Hi guys anyone still playing with this making programs?

I had a bit of time to learn and have been making very simple stuff but having fun learning it. YouTube is my friend lol

What have you make or working on?

Scott 07-13-2020 09:09 AM

I use it almost daily for work. Haven't been working on anything gaming related lately but Visual Studio is my main development app.

What are you working on?

~BLÃÐE~ 07-13-2020 04:20 PM

Hi Scott i have made a few simple things, i believe in small steps, make something simple and move on to something harder.

So far i have made a
* DNS Tool, Convert domain to ip
* Network ping times and ip address
* A Weight Converter, convert KG to Pounds....
* Temp converter, convert C to F temps

and a few other simple ones

I'm looking for something a bit harder but no a major headache i can get into lol

~BLÃÐE~ 07-17-2020 05:53 PM

Ok so i thought i would try a Name Editor, yes it's been done before but it's a new one for me.

I can get the special character window up
Code:

Process.Start("charmap.exe")
using a button, that is the easy part lol

But can't seem to work out how to hook into the in game names.
Can anyone shed on light as to the path i would use?

stompem 07-18-2020 03:39 PM

I need a 64bit remote application launcher or a remote lobby tool something like Wolfrat

Scott 07-20-2020 09:41 AM

Hey Blade, I actually released 2 of the player editors for DF1 and DF2 on github, check them out here:

https://github.com/phphq/DFPlayerEditor
https://github.com/phphq/DF2PlayerEditor

~BLÃÐE~ 07-23-2020 04:50 PM

Hi Scott, thanks for the links...
I see you write in C# where as I'm used to using basic C so i have some coding to learn.

I tried changing your code to suit BHD but it didn't work for me, seems it doesn't like the dfvplr.sav file Error can't Read/Write to file
but i have a feeling it's to do with lines 31, 32 of the Program.cs not 100% sure

Code:

public static int PlayerStartOffset = 0xc;
public static int PlayerNextOffset = 0x6e8;


Scott 07-24-2020 01:17 PM

That might be a permissions issue. Although I'm sure the offset values are quite a bit different for BHD

stompem 08-08-2020 11:19 PM

For some reason when I look at Program.cs in my IDE, Line 79 is showing up greyed out or redundant.

Code:

{"btnAD", "\x1E"}, //Scope          => CTRL + Shift + ^
BTW just joking about needing you to make an app for me :wave:

stompem 08-09-2020 09:44 AM

Hey there me again :) - seeing you folks are on the subject of C# here I was hoping you'd have a go at this question for me?


The problem is getting GSPincGames to display not the url.

The code below is where I've left it, still functioning but not as I'd like it.


Code:

namespace Editor
{
        partial class AboutBox
        {

                string GSPincGames = "www.gspincgames.com";

                #region

                private void InitializeComponent()
                {
       
                // labelLink
                        this.labelLink.Name = "labelLink";
                        labelLink.TabIndex = 2;
                        labelLink.Text = GSPincGames;
                }

                #endregion

                private System.Windows.Forms.LinkLabel labelLink;
        }
}


Sil 08-13-2020 10:01 AM

Check the docs for a good example:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dot...tframework-4.8

stompem 09-14-2020 11:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sil (Post 395064)

Thanks for that Sil, though maybe I should apologize for butting in here... :read::ohnoes:

The thing is it's helped me to build a basic 64bit GUI with all the necessary functions.

Building apps in C# is all new to me so at the moment this app doesn't have as much bling as my 32bit apps but I'll need it in the program as a fallback (future proofing) in case the 32bit system in the OS is ever deprecated.

Cheers
:wave:

http://www.gardenshedproductionsinc....UI64_v3201.jpg


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