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Posted on 03-09-06 05:47
i read the '&' thing on short cut keys but i cannot find the label for the enter button in my hex editor...




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Posted on 03-09-06 07:38
Maybe try clicking Edit and using the Find... or Find Next tools
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Posted on 03-09-06 16:08
i tried that searching for cmd and cmd Enter i didnt work i got nothing


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Posted on 09-09-06 16:07
What are you using to view the code? I was using xvi32 hex editor at first, but that wasn't working out, so I googled for another hex editor and long story short, I found Cygnus. If you're running Windows XP, you'll probably like Cygnus better. It's very similar to Microsoft Office. Anywho, that was my opinion, that's what worked for me. Cygnus is just more user-friendly and the code is way easier to read. I think you should check it out, it's not like you have anything to lose.Wink


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Posted on 09-09-06 18:12
Well XVI should work good enough. WinHEX is probably one of the strongest hex tools though Smile


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