One thing I should have learned by now, never, ever think OAM will let you do whatever the hell you want.
But, live and learn.
But, live and learn.
Argh! The forum default is too bright! And why am I right-aligned!?
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FF6LE is an open source level editor for Final Fantasy
IVVI built using the Lazy Shell technology developed by myself and Giangurgolo. Its very comprehensive level editor that allows users to easily edit most every aspect of the levels and should allow for some great hacks. It has many of the unique features that will be found in Lazy Shell. Feel free to ask questions.
FF3LE requires the Microsoft .Net 2.0+ Runtime Environment which is freely available for download here: http://www.microsoft.com/net/Download.aspx
A few of the unique features include simple level data importing and exporting, level image exporting and much more, all of which will also be seen in Lazy Shell.
Here are a few pics of the editor.
The main window
It should be clearly noted that
* This is just a Level Editor, not a complete game editor.
* Final Fantasy 6 is also known as Final Fantasy 3 in North America when it was first
released, but FF6 is the more common title.
* The MD5 checksum of the rom image used in development is:
54-43-11-E1-04-80-5E-92-60-83-AC-F2-9E-C6-64-DA but this is just for reference, it will most likely work fine with any NTSC FF6 rom. I wrote a quick utility to check this which you can download below. It also requires .Net 2.0+.
* FF6LE is a side project that resulted during the development of Lazy Shell, so there is no help file. If you have any questions, ask for help, but try and figure it out yourself
Direct Link: http://acmlm.kafuka.org/uploader/get.php?id=721
Direct Link: http://acmlm.kafuka.org/uploader/get.php?id=722
Direct Link: http://acmlm.kafuka.org/uploader/get.php?id=723
There is a heavy exploit going around, being injected in big websites with many hits by hackers, that is targeting IE users and is very dangerous.
This exploit can potentially take control of the computer without requiring the user to actually click somewhere (which is the usual way to clickjack a pc). Meaning that the user only has to visit a website to get infected. Few current Virus, Backdoor and Malware scanners can spot it yet, so be warned, use a different browser until the IE has been patched (or a different browser alltogether Cheesy).
or if you like neither of these: Google Chrome
For people interested in how the exploit works:
Basically the error is the xml parser of IE. People place an (invisible) iframe on a website, that calls an illegal xml path, which crashes the xml parser and allows entrance into the stack, to run machinecode.
I hope I can save someone from SDA through this post.
Its reign of terror has come to an end! Now, why didn't one of us think of that...?