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[Tweak] Screenshots in one folder

 

Hello friends!

 

In this thread, I want to talk about a small client tweak that will allow you to save screenshots of the gameplay directly in the "screenshot" folder. Originally, the client creates screenshots in the "screenshot\1", "screenshot\2", "screenshot\3" ... "screenshot\N" subfolders, which may not be very convenient for searching and viewing screenshots.

 

Actually, the participant of our forum @dragontechi faced this problem:

tomsf.png

 

 

 

To fix this inconvenience of storing screenshots, you need to make the following changes to the client:

1) Open the game engine DLL "MindPower3D_D8R.dll" (located in the "system" folder) in any HEX editor, for example, in HxD;

2) Search for the line:

screenshot\%d\

and replace it with the following:

screenshot\%d_

 

3) Next, find the sequence of bytes:

E8 83 2C F9 FF

and replace them with:

90 90 90 90 90

 

4) Now find the bytes:

C7 85 74 FF FF FF 00 00 00 00 B8 01 00 00 00 85 C0 74 53 8B 85 74 FF FF FF 50

and replace them with:

6A 00 E8 84 E9 16 00 83 C4 04 50 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90

 

5) Save the changes made in the file "MindPower3D_D8R.dll".

 

 

The result will be the following:

screenshot.png

 

All screenshots are now stored in the same "screenshot" folder. Additionally, the title of each screenshot contains the timestamp when it was created (in the context of the time of the operating system on which the client was running at the time the screenshot was created).

 

 

Thank you for attention!

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