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    Quote Originally Posted by whit View Post


    Yea Its Was On A Site FOr Hacking Computers Not Games lol...

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    Lol. A lot of discussion about this.

    First of all there are plenty of bases out there which require only that you know C++ to use them.

    Secondly the point of a base is to make using D3D easier, which allows noobs to focus on learning other things, as well quicken menu coding for advanced coders.

    Thirdly if you can't get a menu to work 99% of the time its the D3D hook is detected, and changing bases won't help. you need to change hooks.

    Finally if acid wants to charge you noobs for a base and you end up paying for it that's your fault, but I do not believe in selling intellectual property that was released as free to someone else. So it was wrong to sell it for that reason. However if he was selling the improvements he made to it (if significant) or the service of distributing the code then that is okay.

    My Advice: If your gonna pay to code hacks, you misewell buy VIP. So I don't really get that logic anyway. Even one year ago when I knew nothing about D3D I would not have payed for a menu, because it's important to understand how code works. Fixing that menu that didn't work would have made you a better coder, but instead your relying on someone else as a crutch. There is no rush to make a hack. Plenty of noobs can copy, paste, and compile codes as this section demonstrates. Take your time. The point is to learn. Not to show off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by why06 View Post
    Lol. A lot of discussion about this.

    First of all there are plenty of bases out there which require only that you know C++ to use them.

    Secondly the point of a base is to make using D3D easier, which allows noobs to focus on learning other things, as well quicken menu coding for advanced coders.

    Thirdly if you can't get a menu to work 99% of the time its the D3D hook is detected, and changing bases won't help. you need to change hooks.

    Finally if acid wants to charge you noobs for a base and you end up paying for it that's your fault, but I do not believe in selling intellectual property that was released as free to someone else. So it was wrong to sell it for that reason. However if he was selling the improvements he made to it (if significant) or the service of distributing the code then that is okay.

    My Advice: If your gonna pay to code hacks, you misewell buy VIP. So I don't really get that logic anyway. Even one year ago when I knew nothing about D3D I would not have payed for a menu, because it's important to understand how code works. Fixing that menu that didn't work would have made you a better coder, but instead your relying on someone else as a crutch. There is no rush to make a hack. Plenty of noobs can copy, paste, and compile codes as this section demonstrates. Take your time. The point is to learn. Not to show off.
    Finally! The voice of reason.

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