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    Object Manager

    Hey Guys,
    is there any good Tut online where to learn how to access the Object Manager?
    cuz I want to learn how the Object Manager works and how to get the addresses offset bla bla.
    I hate it to Leech offsets cuz when a new update comes i dont know how to get the offsets back, a Pattern-scanner where a way but first i want to know how to access it manual.

    Can i access it with CE ? (find it via search)?

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    Its called searching the forum... go to google.... http://www.google.ca/webhp?sourceid=...w=1920&bih=979

    Or take a look at BlackRain....

    Kids... da ****

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    /flamemodus off

    but there is never explained how there damn find the Clientconnection or currmgr.
    I want to understand the background information how to find and what it does.

    and Offsetleeching or Patternscanning is maybe a way but when someday Blizzard changes the function construct to get it. the patternscanner wonīt be very helpfull.
    So I want to understand the thing from start to end.

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    Objects are never static... So there will never be an address like 0x12345 = object manager... What people have found was a pointers to a pointers to a pointers... So you need like 3 address to find the object manager...
    There are other ways but if your new then its a little different..

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    iam not really new in this scene.. only at WoW
    I know that Objects arenīt static and that the objectmanager a pointer from a pointer from a pointer is. like [WowBase + Clientconnection] + currmgr. i know how a dissambler works (i think), but my question is.
    is it possible to find the objectmanger with CE? cuz then i learn to understand how it works. but with CE iam running in a circle. the pointer points to itself.
    I started to programming a bot for "Eden Eternal" a free mmorpg, so it isnīt a problem if i getting banned at searching for offsets and learning to reverse functions.

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    If you know how to update offsets then try this.

    Code:
    OM_debug=0x1CC8FE,     //4.3.0 [15005]
    This function access the object manager. So just set a break point at that address and look at the Esi register and that should point to the Object manager. I never got the other way to work... But a lot of people dont even know what a break point is...

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    Last edited by Master674; 10-15-2012 at 01:00 PM.

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