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Cool tool, I'll try it soon. Cool
(This post was last modified: 20-10-2017, 11:03 PM by Zelo101.)
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WHERES THE NEW VERSION OF SM64 TWEAKER I NEED POWERMETERS TO MOVE
(This post was last modified: 21-10-2017, 12:14 AM by BlahBooBah. Edit Reason: idk )

(21-10-2017, 12:13 AM)BlahBooBah Wrote: WHERES THE NEW VERSION OF SM64 TWEAKER I NEED POWERMETERS TO MOVE

I stopped working on big updates for all my tools (excluding bug-fixes).
Why? I'm working on a new tool which will replace all my existing tools and hopefully more.

I will open a new Thread with previews soon...
(This post was last modified: 22-10-2017, 08:03 AM by Pilzinsel64.)

(22-10-2017, 07:59 AM)Pilzinsel64 Wrote: {-snip-}

I'm working on a new tool which will replace all my existing tools and hopefully more.

I will open a new Thread with previews soon...


Sounds great! Big Grin  Do me a favor and make it XP compatible, would you please? Smile Thanks!
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(22-10-2017, 07:53 PM)J_128 Wrote: Sounds great! Big Grin  Do me a favor and make it XP compatible, would you please? Smile Thanks!

Sure. It will run on WinXP to Win10 and probably without .Net Framework installed.
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(23-10-2017, 10:35 AM)Pilzinsel64 Wrote: Sure. It will run on WinXP to Win10 and probably without .Net Framework installed.

Great! Thanks a lot! Big Grin
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(21-10-2017, 12:13 AM)BlahBooBah Wrote: WHERES THE NEW VERSION OF SM64 TWEAKER I NEED POWERMETERS TO MOVE

go to 0x9E688 in lemasm, there will be ori commands that you can change to move your power meter. i commented on each command below

LUI AT, 0x8033 // loads upper half of ram address into AT
ORI T0, R0, 0x10 // set X position value to 0x0010
SH T0, 0x25F2 (AT) // store X position at ram address 0x803325F2
ORI T0, R0, 0x24 // set Y position value to 0x0024
SH T0, 0x25F4 (AT) // store Y position at ram address 0x803325F4

^^ you can use this as an example to place the meter at the bottom left corner, in order to change the location, simply change the value at the ori commands.
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