Release (4Story Source 4.4)

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    Registered Kuny is offline
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    Re: Release (4Story Source 4.4)

    dude you have to add the includes etc in visual studio.. watch the video ive sent..

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    Re: Release (4Story Source 4.4)

    Yes, tairasan is right !

    And please, make a post for help, here it's for release and discuss about this release ;)

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    Re: Release (4Story Source 4.4)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuny View Post
    Open 4Story source folder & navigate to Includes\\DX\\ select & copy Include & Lib folder and put it inside C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\Vc7

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    Re: Release (4Story Source 4.4)

    Hello everyone, I'm looking for a TCMD 4.4 client editor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandroj22 View Post
    Hello everyone, I'm looking for a TCMD 4.4 client editor.
    The only thing you need is HxD editor :D Im considering to make a tutorial how to edit/add/delete values/frames/components/imagelists but i have to find some time first. And if you wont be lazy you can learn it too its not that hard -> History Files\\TClient.tsc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agnares View Post
    The only thing you need is HxD editor :D Im considering to make a tutorial how to edit/add/delete values/frames/components/imagelists but i have to find some time first. And if you wont be lazy you can learn it too its not that hard -> History Files\\TClient.tsc
    agnares my savior, this is exactly what I was looking for thank you man!
    but I'll be waiting for a good tutorial of yours, thanks again!



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