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    Question How to find ISINGAME,CG,REFDEF,CLIENTINFO,ENTITY and VIEWANGLES address ?

    How to find ISINGAME,CG,REFDEF,CLIENTINFO,ENTITY and VIEWANGLES address ?

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    Well you can use patterns....Or search in the Source Code/Address thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenshin13 View Post
    Well you can use patterns....Or search in the Source Code/Address thread.


    Some of the structs, Entity, ClientGame (CG) and others are initialized on CG_Init, locate this function, use your experience, which I hope you have, and you'll find the offsets. Tip to find CG_Init, it always loads some fonts and a shader (white), so you can do string searchs to find it. On IDA, you'll see things like this:

    push 104CE0h ; This is the size of the struct in hexadecimal
    push ebx ; 0
    push offset dword_8FF100 ; This is the offset (what you want to find)
    call _memset

    (In this case, 0x8FF100 is the CG_t offset for IW5M )

    or this:

    mov ecx, esi
    imul ecx, 0FC000h
    push 0FC000h ; size_t
    add ecx, offset unk_A08630 <- This is the Entity_t offset
    push ebx ; int
    push ecx ; void *
    call _memset

    Also, RefDef and IsInGame is inside CG_t so you won't find it like this
    Last edited by MarkHC; 03-21-2013 at 08:25 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by -InSaNe- View Post
    You calling me stupid nigga? -.-

    CG_T has ClientInfo, ViewMatrix, RefDef, Entity and alot more...
    BTW, Look at his releases....C# stuff....Think he's gonna understand assembly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenshin13 View Post
    Think he's gonna understand assembly?
    I assume everyone can learn new things...

    And I wasn't calling you stupid, its just that he asked how to find it, that is, how can he find those offsets on his own, and you told him to go to the addresses thread.

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