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written by Medeivalstargazer on Jun 24, 2007 03:03
Ok, I get impatient and was wondering if there was a way to give yourself unlimited Lithium Or, at least, a lot of the stuff. I have a freeware Hex editor, cause I figured I'd probably need one, but have really no idea what to do :\. I have XVI32. If anyone could help me it'd be much appreciated haha. (I have tried opening 'Current.bin' in it but don't get much further from there...)
written by Tracco on Jun 24, 2007 03:39
There is a way, and I know it... Or at least have done it.
You see, I 'n00bishly' thought that my current fuel count would be written in plain numbers in the current.bin file if I opened it with a hex editor. So I did. Then I found the number, and replaced it with 99 or something. I don't think that worked, so I just replaced the whole first line with 9s. This shot me into some strange sector of the universe where it was completely dark and the light wouldn't turn on... Then after a while error messages shot across the screen and I alt-F4'd out of it, then I started noctise again and I had something like -123 fuel.
SO THERE YOU HAVE IT.
Note: It is quite possible I lied about the 9s and I infact put 0s.
Second note: Negative any amount of lithium ions is unlimited.
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written by Medeivalstargazer on Jun 24, 2007 03:45
If you do know how, could you just tell me? And I realize randomly editing the Hex isn't gonna do anything. I did a text->hex search and found nothing indicating lithium... Or fuel. Or Li+... If anyone knows, it'd be helpful.

edit: ...wouldn't replacing the first line of hex values just like... screw up the current.bin? . I need to know which number specifically is for the fuel.
written by Stellanaut on Jun 24, 2007 04:11
Here ya go:

Xenomorph said:
  1. There's no need to type in all-caps. Around here, it's likely to get people to dislike you. And while I'm at it, a little punctuation and grammar wouldn't hurt, either.
  2. The last time I checked, your current fuel level was stored in current.bin, offset &06*. One can open the file in a hex editor, and alter that location to anything from &80 to &FF - values which NICE interprets as infinite fuel. Of course, this was a while ago, and the file format may have changed since then.


* Acorn notation. I prefer '&' to '0x'.

Edit: forgot the footnote
This still seems to work fine last i checked.
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written by Hello! :) on Jun 24, 2007 04:16
Tracco said:
Second note: Negative any amount of lithium ions is unlimited.
Not in vanilla noctis.
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written by Shadowlord on Jun 24, 2007 14:54
Right. Negative fuel was made unlimited in NICE, mainly for testing purposes, but it seems to be fairly popular.

Tracco said:
There is a way, and I know it... Or at least have done it.
You see, I 'n00bishly' thought that my current fuel count would be written in plain numbers in the current.bin file if I opened it with a hex editor. So I did. Then I found the number, and replaced it with 99 or something. I don't think that worked, so I just replaced the whole first line with 9s. This shot me into some strange sector of the universe where it was completely dark and the light wouldn't turn on... Then after a while error messages shot across the screen and I alt-F4'd out of it, then I started noctise again and I had something like -123 fuel.
SO THERE YOU HAVE IT.
Note: It is quite possible I lied about the 9s and I infact put 0s.
Second note: Negative any amount of lithium ions is unlimited.
You know, the source contains a document stating what variables are where in current.bin. Also, I made a current.bin editor a long time ago which can easily set your fuel for you without screwing everything else up. cd/zips/Sl/bineditor-r2 (46 Kb)

Also, the current.bin files used by NICE are fully compatible with regular Noctis (and vice versa). Nothing was moved around, new stuff was just added at the end.
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