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  1. #1 Working 876 Cache / Sprite / Item Editor ? 
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    Hey,
    Been scouring the forums looking for links and some are dead but those that aren't don't support 876. Does anyone know of any that do ?

    I'd like to edit item colors if possible but also change login photo and what not as well.

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    if you have a cache editor just update the cache library lol, if its .jar just decompile it and update the cache library, takes 2 secs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Im Melvin View Post
    if you have a cache editor just update the cache library lol, if its .jar just decompile it and update the cache library, takes 2 secs
    Thanks for the info; No clue how to do so. Albeit easy to you - Not so much for me.

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    You need to check the client parsing (do some deob to the client to figure these out) for the different files (like ItemDefinition or so in matrix deob source). These deob files go into the cache editor (if you use frosty one) with little to no modifications. That's the general work flow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dniel8888 View Post
    You need to check the client parsing (do some deob to the client to figure these out) for the different files (like ItemDefinition or so in matrix deob source). These deob files go into the cache editor (if you use frosty one) with little to no modifications. That's the general work flow.
    You're thinking too hard bro. Good thoughts though. He could just use the ones in the 876 release. @OP, decompile your editors, you'll probably find a 'cache folder' just replace it with the cache library (cache folder) from the 876 release. Optional: rejar it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Im Melvin View Post
    You're thinking too hard bro. Good thoughts though. He could just use the ones in the 876 release. @OP, decompile your editors, you'll probably find a 'cache folder' just replace it with the cache library (cache folder) from the 876 release. Optional: rejar it?
    Not really sure how to do this. That's why I was posting. Any chance you can point me in the direction of a guide or source for the editor ?

    EDIT: I've got the frosty source now; Not sure what I'm supposed to be updating.
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