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Cheat Address Converter for PS2 Cheats
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#2
well, that's unique Smile I'll have to play with this and see how it works out
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#3
Bookmarked. Have a +1!
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#4
Thanks you guys.

Users who will use this tool would be few. But there are sometimes people who need these conversions for themselves or for helping them. If someone has/wants to do these conversions, this tool would be useful more than manually converting.

Also, why I color results of conversions with vivid red is, someone would easily notice the results. Even though the results are incorrect. Smile
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#5
Version 0.2.0 has been released.

Code:
Date            Version   Description

Jul. 26, 2014   0.2.0     Changed ini file name:
                            from "Cheat Address Converter for PS2 Cheat.ini"
                            to   "CheatAddressConverter.ini"
                          Improved some minor things.
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#6
minor note:

should not save the offset, it changes from game to game.

also an idea to add:

offset finder, using 2 codes that are supposed to be identical
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#7
The first one is easy.
The second one, can you show more concrete information like the GUI image or any sample?
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#8
(07-26-2014, 06:08 PM)tadatada Wrote: The second one, can you show more concrete information like the GUI image or any sample?
How about this...if the offset box is empty,when you click on convert,a box will appear with two input fields where you'll place the both addresses and ok button.
When you hit ok,it will get the difference,set it to offset address edit box and execute the code that converts the addresses

Edit:Is this app for x64 windows or have any requirements.
I get "CheatAddressConverter.exe is not a valid Win32 application."

If it requires .Net 4.5,winxp users will not be able to use it(I think)
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#9
Oh, I unconsciously chose .Net 4.5.
Windows XP support has ended. But there is no special problem using .Net 4.0. I will change the .Net version from 4.5 to 4.0.
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(07-26-2014, 06:55 PM)tadatada Wrote: Windows XP support has ended.
Well that doesn't mean everyone will stop using it just because the support has ended.
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