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959 downloadsWorld's best HEX editor, needed for many modding-related tasks such as M2 editing and WoW.exe patching. Installation: Download the appropriate installer and the Keygen archive. Install 010 Editor. Acquire a registration key from one of the key generators provided. Open 010 Editor Go to Tools - Register, and use the key. Go to Tools - Options, and untick 'Check for Updates/News'. Go to Templates - Template Repository - Status, and untick 'Check for Updates'.
I have an issue which is visible on the first picture, I have problem with copy pasted ADT in azeroth. The problem is from the height differences according to my opinion.I used the script and template from this site but i have a problem when i run the script on my ADT-s. What am i doing wrong? What is the solution?
Hey! I was wondering if the following could be achieved using 010 editor, without any Noggiting: Remove an m2 or a wmo from the map, or replace it (by changing the path) Create a hole If it is possible, it would be very helpful for me, since I work in Cata and Noggit can't be directly used there. So, is it achievable, and, if it is, how?
Hey! Through an unfortunate series of my stupidity, a giant amount of work was packed into an MPQ and then original files deleted (don't even ask how, I'm already ashamed enough). When I tried to get the files back, the only way was to extract them from the MPQ, which resulted into all of it being in the weird "FileXXXXXXXX.extension" form. So, I thought it would be possible to create a 010 tool, which would take the values from the "struct filename" thing, assign it as the actual name of the file, and also generate and place files according to the paths in "struct Textures". The rest I'll do by hand, since I remember the general structure. That is a wonderful idea, I'm sure, but I lack the skill to turn it into reality. Could someone help? I mean, not necessarily do it for me (just in case, I'm not saying I'm against it ), but at least describe the general way such things are done, or link a tutorial?