Hello, I am looking for someone to help me make a mod menu. I am a little slow in the head but i'm not brain dead. I know some simple coding languages like HTML and CSS. Other than that i'm a noob. I'm willing to pay $10 an hour for getting helped. I already have a base but if you have any base...
I've been playing mw2 on the ps3 for years even used .ff menus in the old days. i want to learn how to make my own non host with auth and shi.. would anyone like to teach me or give a simple tutorial? what programs id need etc...
so basically im making a sprx
But i cant find the right dimensions for me
im trying to find the dimensions to make my menu look like yet another engine V1 or something like that but for MW3
if anyone can help then thanks i guess
What's up everyone I'm vRice/VintageRice. Some of you may already know me from YouTube or Se7ensins or wherever. I recently found this website and thought it's quite decent and it's not going to be a complete flop like a lot of other contenders, anyway I thought I would create something for you...
1st Go To Ur Menu Source Code
2nd Add This Code Into Ur Menu
Menu Base Used For Presentation : 2much4u
add These 1st:
float GlareX = 1.10f;
float GlareY = 0.41f;
float Glarewidth = 0.71f;
float Glareheight = 0.73f;
Code 2 [Main]...
Ok so i am trying to make a cid spoofer tool and i have just realized that i have a lot of errors and i am having trouble fixing them it is coded in C# I am some what new to coding and i was wondering if someone could help me resolve these errors so i can continue on working on this tool if you...
In this tutorial I am going to explain how does the function "switch" works and how to use it. It is used when you have to use a lot of "if"s, to reduce the ammount of "if"s you use this switch. See the comparison below:
number = randomIntRange( 1, 5 );
if( number == 1 )
a = 1...
This is another basic tutorial I wanted to make. This one is about numbers and math functions.
In cod you can use 2 kinds of numbers, "int"s and "float"s. "Int"s are entire numbers ( 2, 3, 50, 1000, 45 ... ) and "float"s are decimal numbers ( 1.1, 4.324, 6.67, 3.141592 ... ). If you have...