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Old August 23rd, 2013 (8:44 AM).
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    Originally Posted by gogojjtech View Post
    No, just look for a bunch of FFs. Like about 400 bytes worth, even though a frame is only like 200. Just be sure it's after 720000 in FR and Ruby, and F00000 in emerald.
    So, open FSF, needed bytes: 400, search from offset 720000? Then do that for every frame?
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