looking for a real sprx creator to aid in helping me with something thats been made over 100 times already i guess
Well SPRXs are coded in C/C++, so I'd recommend starting by learning those languages if you're feeling confident. If you're unable to grasp C++ very easily, you could also try learning C# just to get your foot into the door of programming as it's significantly easier.no previous experience at all sorry just new to code i have looked at sources but don't quite get how there made...plus ive watch many yt vids that not very useful to me
Well, there's plenty of open source nonhost BO2 SPRXs, Paradise being an example. I believe that it has most of what you want already, so it would require very little work. Try to download the source and open the project in Visual Studio.nope xD dont know were to start off tho lol
I'll be sincere with you when I say this: You are most likely not going to get your project off of the ground.would be good if someone could like help me tho.. i cant see how im going to make it on my own when most top menus have many people making them
Same guy:I'll be sincere with you when I say this: You are most likely not going to get your project off of the ground.
From what I've gathered, you have no skills or abilities when it comes to programming. With your inability to even compile a project successfully, I'd argue that you're also somewhat illiterate when it comes to software in general. Nobody on this website or probably any other is going to pick up the reigns for you if you aren't even capable of doing it for yourself.
My advice to you is to start from the basics and work your way up like everyone else did to make "the most top menus." The kinds of people that are capable of making what you want rarely have free time to spare for trivial matters such as this when you're not even able to describe or post the problems you're having in detail.
Here is an example SPRX nonhost menu for BO1 Zombies that is incredibly simple and admittedly coded horribly, but it works and doesn't require a NASA scientist to figure out, just basic knowledge of coding. Hell, I knew practically no C/C++ whatsoever and managed to make this in only a few nights because of my experience with other languages.
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Everybody starts from somewhere, and nobody is going to "help" you when in reality it's clearly apparent that you want somebody to do all of the work for you without even paying them for the final product. It's not a matter of charity or kindness, you are just lazy and incapable of achieving your goals because you do not desire to actually put any effort into accomplishing them.
Start with something easy like C# or Python, work up to something harder like C or C++ when you're comfortable and understand the concepts, and then research / observe how other people accomplished your goal in the past and implement it yourself.