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    How to find the offset for Wow Classic?

    Hi, I am searching for forum for a long time. And trying:
    1. CheatEngine but cannot get baseaddr + offset now
    2. WowOffsetDumper it works but offset like TargetGUID or PlayerGUID cannot found in export files, also firstObjectOffset or others
    3. x64dbg with IDA, but the topic is old and image in that cannot be viewed...
    Could anybody tell me how to find the offset like LocalPlayerGUID, TargetGUID, firstObject, nextObject now? For WowClassic.
    Thanks a lot.

    Btw, how can I use FrameScript_ExecuteBuffer for executing LUA Script? Should I Inject the D3D11 EndSense?

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