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  1. Magicman
    June 17th, 2008 11:37 AM
    Magicman
    Alright, hmmm...I will keep the old generation on tabs though, I got nothing better to do anyways

  2. Swampert 22
    June 17th, 2008 10:14 AM
    Swampert 22
    Um, I don't know, you kind of have the extreme in each case. The programs I make, I ensure a compatible with Vista, but some other programmers don't. Scizz is an example, I cannot ise A-Text on my laptop because of this, and there is not a lot you can do about it. Windows 98 is more likely to work, but I wouldn't like to say for sure.

  3. Magicman
    June 17th, 2008 10:11 AM
    Magicman
    Yes, yes i do, would it work on a windows 98 perhaps

  4. Swampert 22
    June 17th, 2008 09:50 AM
    Swampert 22
    You have Vista don't you...

  5. Magicman
    June 17th, 2008 09:22 AM
    Magicman
    Ok I have advanced text, but it keeps telling me that compdlg32.ocx is missing? What do I do?

  6. Swampert 22
    June 17th, 2008 09:13 AM
    Swampert 22
    Well, if you're looking to edit text in the advance games, then use Advance Text, for older games try PokéText, or a hex editor with table support like Thingy32, that works pretty well. With advance games you can add as much text as you want, as the data is repointed to avoid deleting important data, but with a hex editor, don't exceed the existing box of text as it will screw up <_<

    Advance text really is a good tool, I would recommend it!

  7. Magicman
    June 17th, 2008 08:41 AM
    Magicman
    I see interesting, all of your tools are very useful and very good I must say, and Also you would'nt happen to know a good text editor would you?

  8. Swampert 22
    June 17th, 2008 08:31 AM
    Swampert 22
    Well, the advanced generation games are the easiest to hack. This is where most of the research has happened, so it is where you will find the most useful tools!

    I only make tools for other generations because I started programming pretty late, and missed the boat for the advanced programming, there are still gaps in the market for the old gameboy games though!

  9. Magicman
    June 16th, 2008 09:28 AM
    Magicman
    Thanks alot, so I check out most of your tools and the old generation games don't help me hack the way I want them too, but I did try out tools for fire red and they work perfectly for my needs.

  10. Swampert 22
    June 16th, 2008 04:03 AM
    Swampert 22
    Haha guess you'e right. Well, you need to get over to my website, www.swamperttools.co.nr and go to the download page, which contains loads of tools for the old school generation, a few of them by me 0_o...

    Get PokéMap to edit the maps in the game, (this isnt the best, redmap is so I'm going to update the site with it in a minute...), basically, all the tools are there to help you hack, the name of the tool usually denotes what it does...

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