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Posted on 29-07-06 14:22
I noticed there are some people that ave completed javascript 14 but can't complete it anymore now because the mission has changed.

In the past you could simple change your res which you cannot do anymore now and is not the intentionas far as I see it.

I just don't think it's fait for the people who are trying it now and looking at a complete different ( and harder?) challenge.




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Posted on 29-07-06 14:27
It hasn't changed you still just have to alter you screen resolution just in a different way


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Posted on 29-07-06 15:04
yea, this is my last java mission, ive tried java injection, but the code changes the values back, ive tried that link in the code, and i cant see how i can change my resolotion to those values, a depth of 1 isnt right, and isnt 31337 'hacker speak' for elite?
obviously not a real resolution like 1024 x 32, yup, im stuck :-/
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Posted on 29-07-06 15:20
Java and Javascript are two totally different things. Never confuse the two: javascript injections.


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Posted on 30-07-06 22:41
i know that, i just shorten stuff, when i say java injection , its just me being lazy Grin

Seriously though, you got any tips, this one is bugging me :-/

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Posted on 30-07-06 23:45
I've done this challenge without changing my resolution ... i just copy/past the url. I dunno if it still work but that's true that it's unfair if the challenge has really change ...


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Posted on 30-07-06 23:55
Yea it has changed then, because its nuffin easy like that!, the link in the code brings up the same message about resolution
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Posted on 31-07-06 00:16
Yea this challenge must have got changed when a backup was put up


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Posted on 31-07-06 01:49
ok, now that weve established that the challenge has changed who wats to give me a push in the right direction? cmon this is my last java Grin


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Posted on 31-07-06 02:21
why does it say under developemnt, i beat it the first time it was released, is it broke now?
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Posted on 05-08-06 23:22
its working, i emaild mr_cheese to know for sure, he said its fine...

heres what i have tried, tell me if im missin anything...

changing the values of a & b via javascript injection
tried to change the values of screen.width and screen.depth via javascript injection
put the page address in the url
loaded the page address with javascript
looked for ways to change the screen res to those values
tried to save it, edit it and use the edited version
tried to decrypt the the '?ans' extension in differant ways

i am stuck :-/


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Posted on 06-08-06 04:38
The two parameters aren't set by javascript so I don't know how exactly I would go about this
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Posted on 06-08-06 07:29
you should be able to beat this if you have knowledge of C++. theres a script that can change your res to a custom one. and you can cahnge it when you open IE or Firefoz and to wat page you want it. then you should beat it.


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Posted on 06-08-06 10:53
ok, i was thinking maybe this, ill have to look up on this, cheers for the hint Wink


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Posted on 08-08-06 23:34
i though it should be better other way.. as changing something asked for, by something you have right now... resolution ? Grin

i just cann't see the Javascript command...


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Posted on 04-09-06 19:24
hack4u wrote:
you should be able to beat this if you have knowledge of C++. theres a script that can change your res to a custom one. and you can cahnge it when you open IE or Firefoz and to wat page you want it. then you should beat it.


Can sombody tell me what RES stands for?
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Posted on 04-09-06 19:46
RES would usually stand for Resolution, as in Screen Resolution.
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Posted on 04-09-06 19:53
The thing is, me and some other members completed the mission before it broke, and the backup doesn't work (or something like that).

Btw, I used JS injections to complete it.

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