Thread: Getting the real case numbers to show up on the executable.

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  1. #1 Getting the real case numbers to show up on the executable. 
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    Extremely simple all you need is eyes a brain and 1 hand.

    Go to you worldData class and put this at the VERY end of the switch statement.

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                    default: //Statement that is used if server cannot find the case number.
    		misc.println("Unknown MapRegion "+ mapArea +"");
    			mapData[0] = -1;
    			mapData[1] = -1;
    			mapData[2] = -1;
    			mapData[3] = -1;
    this will display the real case number, it looks the same as the other one almost but now it's decrypted instead of encrypted. Congrats, Done.

    To get rid of the other map data thing go into the RSPlayer class and find

    Code:
    System.out.println("MapData Case Number" +mapData);
    Delete it compile tah duh,

    Note: This is more like a moparscape tutorial lol but it's mostly used to help you map out areas faster and finding the around coordinates that the client wants to load.

    Just posted it for people that want this
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    This is interesting.Thanks.

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