The application is simple to use. To add games to the list, press the plus button above the list box titled "Games:" to browse your computer's file system for game binaries. To remove a game, select it and press the minus button.
To add hacks, press the plus button above the list box titled "Libraries:" to add ".dll" files for injection into games. To remove, select the hack and press the minus button.
To inject, have the manager open, and then start your game. Switch back to the manager using "ALT+TAB" and press the "Update" button to view an updated list of processes in the center list box. Select your game's executable name in the process list box and select a hack from the hack list box, then press inject.
Please do, the more people that try it, the more I will be encouraged to improve it. I have plans for an SP and MP trainer, a different type of injector, and improvements to the system overall. These will all be tied in to this one application.
I have no reason to create these updates if no one uses the program, however.
How do you inject non-.dll files O.o. You were referring to our trainers?
The injector works will dynamic link libraries. I realize now that I should've made a tab for trainers to be stored. I'll be working on it later, I'll update it.
EDIT: I see what you're saying... I meant that I'd be making my own trainer for this, maybe. Also, you can inject hacks written with .NET into games with a different type of injector...I'll be coding that.