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Persona Modifier for Persona 4 (U) - Cheat Generator
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Very good, but what version of Microsoft Excel or other program is required to open it?

The internet suggests Excel 2007 or up, is that right?
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(11-24-2013, 09:39 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Very good, but what version of Microsoft Excel or other program is required to open it?

The internet suggests Excel 2007 or up, is that right?

That's right and thanks.
I forgot about system requirements and compatibility.
I have updated the excel file and the page.
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Good job. I don't cheat much but I will try it out tomorrow for fun.
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(11-24-2013, 08:20 PM)tadatada Wrote: 7. Save them as the pnach file "DEDC3B71.pnach" on Cheats subfolder.

I tried it out with OpenOffice today. It works, except for you need to name the file after your game's CRC, which will be different depending on region, etc. For instance mine had to be named "0B9E3D1F.pnach" I'm sure you probably knew this already and just forgot to include it Smile

Other than that, it definitely works. Great job!
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Thanks, I have updated it to be more flexible.
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(11-28-2013, 06:00 AM)tadatada Wrote: Thanks, I have updated it to be more flexible.

Cool!
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hello. ive read the instrustion thousand times but still can figure out where ive done wrong. can u help me make it compatible with the pal version? please. btw my crc is 117D1977. each time i load the cheat it force close. even if i use the tool still it will force close. help me please
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Sorry for inconvenience and not writing about a region. This tool's codes are for NTSC-U. PAL is not supported.

I'm not sure, but you might use converted codes by using Cheat Address Converter (in my signature).

An offset address a difference between NTSC-U and PAL looks like +3580 from this page's NTSC-U and PAL codes. If you add this offset address to NTSC-U codes, you might use the converted codes for PAL.

Try this method like below. The Offset Finder screen image is just FYI.

1. Run Cheat Address Converter.
2. Enter "+3580" into the Offset Address field.
3. Paste Persona Modifier (NTSC-U) codes into the left pane.
4. Click the Convert button. PAL codes will appear on the right pane.

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(09-07-2014, 06:34 AM)tadatada Wrote: Sorry for inconvenience and not writing about a region. This tool's codes are for NTSC-U. PAL is not supported.

I'm not sure, but you might use converted codes by using Cheat Address Converter (in my signature).

An offset address a difference between NTSC-U and PAL looks like +3580 from this page's NTSC-U and PAL codes. If you add this offset address to NTSC-U codes, you might use the converted codes for PAL.

Try this method like below. The Offset Finder screen image is just FYI.

1. Run Cheat Address Converter.
2. Enter "+3580" into the Offset Address field.
3. Paste Persona Modifier (NTSC-U) codes into the left pane.
4. Click the Convert button. PAL codes will appear on the right pane.

Alright. Ill try it. Thanks yoo
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