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    [Question] M2 Structure question?

    When hexing an m2 does any one know where to find, like the addresses of, the points where the helms, shoulders, shields, swords mount to? any of these will be helpful. i read through the wiki on m2 files and didnt see it listed there. I might have missed it. im still learning so allot of it is still things i only understand the consept of. i did manage to find locate the mount point in a mount file when i had the address (hey it was an accomplishment for me) SO i would like to mess with\add mount points for helms, shoulders, shields etc. in models. i got down finding things in the files if i have the address. but as far as finding it myself and realizing what something is....there im still a ways off. but these would help with my current project if someone knows. Please pm me if this isnt something you want to share publicly for one reason or another. Hey ill even throw in some rep!! thats right +1 rep could be yours hehe...thanks for any help.

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    They are listed as Attachment points. Same as the mount points. Just other IDs.

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