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    [3.2] Click To Move

    Hello,

    I've got a problem with click to move, i do have the right addresses and offsets.

    The thing is, my character does start to walk when i write 4 to `0x01281854`, after writing the Positions in the correct addresses, but he isnt moving in the right way. The values of `012818C4` (ClickToMove-XPosition) differ greatly from my X position (Usually a negative number, but it does change when i walk).

    For example, my X would be `-4254.382`, but when i look at ClickToMove, it seems to be `3290439247`.

    Search didnt help much, nor did wow.dev.

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    lololololol fail at reading memory. I am 99% sure that an address with decimals is not classified as a 4byte.

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    Wait.. right.. Ok..

    Thanks /blush.

    *Fixed now* Guess you cant just copy-paste after all..
    Last edited by Kamuuk; 08-15-2009 at 08:36 AM.

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    Code:
    private const uint ctmBase = 0x01281838;
    
    private const uint ctmTurnScale = ctmBase + 0x04;
    private const uint ctmDistance = ctmBase + 0x0c;
    private const uint ctmAction = ctmBase + 0x1c;
    private const uint ctmTarget = ctmBase + 0x20;
    private const uint ctmDestinationX = ctmBase + 0x8C;
    private const uint ctmDestinationY = ctmDestinationX + 0x4;
    private const uint ctmDestinationZ = ctmDestinationY + 0x4;
    edit: nvm

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    It wasnt the offsets, it was the data type. Thanks for the fast responses though, on to the next error!
    Last edited by Kamuuk; 08-15-2009 at 08:47 AM.

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    A lot of other Radars and tutorials seem to read them as floats, is there any reason for that?

    I'm trying to make a radar, to test out my Library. Is there any good way to convert from these uint coordinates to radar coords? Been trying all sorts of stuff the whole afternoon, cant really make a nice formula

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    This thread makes me cry irl.

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    A lot of other Radars and tutorials seem to read them as floats, is there any reason for that?
    You may not belive, but they are really float. And you shouldn't convert coords from uint to float. You should read them as float from the begining.

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    Originally Posted by furang View Post
    You may not belive, but they are really float. And you shouldn't convert coords from uint to float. You should read them as float from the begining.
    The fact that someone even has to state this for the OP is testament to the fact that all he knows how to do is copy+paste and hence doesn't deserve the help anyway.

    He doesn't want to learn and help himself, he wants to fix his copypasta.

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    Tbh, i dont like copy pasting, and i'm trying really hard to learn and do everything myself.

    Guess i'm doing it wrong...

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    thats why i said what i said =P
    lololololol fail at reading memory. I am 99% sure that an address with decimals is not classified as a 4byte.

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    Anyhow, here's the source for a full working radar, and some sorta framework.
    You can also click on any entity in the radar to walk to it.

    Still working on it, and its in no way perfect coding.
    Constructive criticism appreciated

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YAKKSL6L

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    Originally Posted by Kamuuk View Post
    Anyhow, here's the source for a full working radar, and some sorta framework.
    You can also click on any entity in the radar to walk to it.

    Still working on it, and its in no way perfect coding.
    Constructive criticism appreciated

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    I bet its a virus.

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    Its a visual studio project, open it if you want.

    Online virus scan
    Last edited by Kamuuk; 08-15-2009 at 12:46 PM.

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    Originally Posted by Jozhua View Post
    I bet its a virus.

    I bet you're a retard.

    Well whaddya know, that was a safe bet, I was right!

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