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Off Topic / Default Template
« on: January 04, 2004, 05:24:52 pm »
Take a look in your profile section,
Notice the template change option.

There you can change between 3 different templates.
dustyGreen (this one)
subBlack (another one, try it out before you vote)
subSilver (standard, try it out too)

Which one do you want as default?
That means which one should appear for all new users who haven't their templates set already?

Off Topic / finaly 3th member who registerd
« on: January 04, 2004, 03:26:51 pm »
Count in the memberslist.

Off Topic / finaly 3th member who registerd
« on: January 04, 2004, 12:47:04 pm »
LTC actually you are the second member. The second one registered is a testmember I use to check everything from your point of view  :wink: .

In VC 1.3 Multiplayer there is a protection against the unlimited ammo feature.

What it does:
Kills the player when he uses up around wpnmagcapacity*2 without a reload (or perhaps in a certain time, reload more likely to protect against lag).
It's a very easy protection which practically is based on an IF-"Formula".

It is possible to extend the weapon capacities, extremely much on Machineguns like the Browning or the M60, Degetarev.

However the protection doesn't include unlimited mags (because that would be "too much" to do for the devs).

The theory or in other words how VC handles Magazines is that it just shows the amount just for look (in game u see the amount).

The amount of magazines is calculated by the game by taking

totalroundsinallmags div(similar to /) magcapacity +1
always returns integer.

What we need to do to make a trainer on magazines is therefore not searching for the magazine value, there is none. You got to search for the amount of rounds there is.

Link to it

New version,
Hex mode unlocked.
Not througoutly tested please report bugs.

We all know that there is much work to do a trainer. If you never have made one I recommend you to make one with TMK first( without this tool (tool described below). Otherwise you wont understand what you are doing, and that will only be a waste of time!

To make a trainer you need to be familiar with the Hexadecimal-system. Where you count with 16 (0-9,A,B,C,D,E,F) numbers and not as we usually do with 10 (0-9).

Now Back to TMK.
It's the most simple trainermaker and the best you can get, however simple things can also do simple things.
If you want to make more complicated trainers it's also quite easy but you have to be familiar with a windows-coding language like Borland Delphi/C++/C/VB.

If you don't know anything about these, start with taking a course on Programing. I would recommend you to learn C++, however if you don't like mathematics or aren't good at it you could learn the basics of the other languages. With VB you get a quick start so I would recommend it after C++. VB is useful/built in in many applications nowadays.

However our story starts at null so if you feel that you know how TMK and the HEXadecimal "numbersystem" works proceed your reading, if not try to read a turorial on it (same site as above or put a new topic in this board).

By now you know that if you want to put in longer things in the memory like texts (which consists of many values), it will take plenty of time and concentration/focusing on that correct values gets in and not errors. A single error in ONE value can ruin the whole "buttonscript", especially a wrong memory adress.

This tool will speed up trainermaking with TMK. Could also be working on similar programs. If you know what you are doing you can do a trainer in less than 5 mins from scratch! This tool is quite buggy right now, only usefull for text, that means you can't input values in HEX. That is a great flaw, but I will consider to rewrite the program later, or make another one to make it HEX-input compatible.

So what does it do?
You put in adress and text/values from the RAM memory found by a memory finder (preferably Artmoney). From there a file will created which includes all the code you need to put into the TMK buttonscript interface. A simple concept, but useful  :cheers

Headlines / All Forum Rules
« on: January 03, 2004, 11:33:08 pm »
TKC Forum Rules of the 01-MAY-04.

TKC Disclaimer

1. Use common sense.

2. NON-Toleration list:

a. Posting of anything that violates any applicable state, local, or federal laws - Illegal activities including software piracy, information theft, posting of any viruses or trojan horse programs.
Permanent BAN.

b. Unauthorized advertising.
Permanent BAN.

c. Flaming and offensive behaviour.
Moderator intervention. Time BAN allowed.

3. TKC never sends trainers/programs/scripts etc. via email, check the download section or the appropriate forum section for all tested finished public software.

4. TKC never asks you for your password by PM or by email.

5. If you want a cheat made ask in the cheat requests section.

6. The TKC Staff takes no responsibility for anything caused by any piece software and/or hardware you use.

7. The TKC Staff takes no responsibility for what you write, think or do.

8. Avoid file sharing solutions (they are temporary and are not user-friendly)
other than the ones offered here, like the Downloads Section. If you want a download approved you may have to PM an admin.

X. All rules are subject to change at any time.

Remember that IPs are saved and that they can be identified.

All posts on this board are user generated and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff.

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Headlines / Honored Members
« on: January 03, 2004, 11:32:32 pm »
#Note, Players are listed according to found cheats or contribution via trainers etc to the community.
Some members however have been put in the list anyway for various reasons.

1. TheHeckler!, built up the foundations of TK and Cheat in his Manual to RtC:Wolfenstein (found in the Downloads Section). Also wrote the TKC Creed (found here in headlines), TKC FAQ, and History of TKC (also in Downloads Section).

2. tintin who first realized how to extract the cbf files.

3. Rison, for finding the God-Mode Registry hack, which was the first "breaktrough" cheat.

4. Hackmaster 2003, who focused on the skins and made a list of them.

5. Me, Mullah Omar =), for starting the community and making ammotrainers as well as other apps.

6. Z for keeping TKC with ammotrainers and good pieces of advice.

7. Uplink for contributing the 3dAnalyzer so the wallhack and putting the first bit to the puzzle in the server autoboot and ping increase issue in Retail. Also for making many useful retail trainers.

8. jazznas for providing and developing the 2nd gen wallhack where u also can move and shoot through walls.

9. Vicious for finding many things of the demo out, like the M79 ping increaser.

10. ZOldDude who always contributes good pieces of advice and ideas.

11. FliedLice for contributing a CBF extractor which allows us to view and change files in the CBF format, tough parts of the extraction is encrypted.

12. Koopa Troopa for being the greatest TKer of all time.

13. Johnny for all the tips to cheats which later on could be stored in TKC's collection as speedhack.

14. All other Members for their support and cooperation.

For the community, by the community.

How to become a honored member:

- You have to either contribute a cheat like a trainer, though it has to be useful, it can't be another version of something that already exists. In other words you need a new idea.

- Or you could be very helpfull on the forums, and informative.

- You could win a contest

- Or contribute something really usefull, not connected to cheats.

Edit by TheHeckler! 26-July-05, updated some info and made a couple typo fixes.

Off Topic / How did you hear about the TKC-C?
« on: January 03, 2004, 11:21:05 pm »
We are curious to know, so we get a "picture".

This will help us to improve and increase "advertising" and make the community more adapted to you as person.

Headlines / Chatbox Rules
« on: January 03, 2004, 11:14:28 pm »
No impersonating,
No cheat related questions these are made on the forums.
No spamming, autoban is toggled on.

Announcements / Join TKC
« on: January 03, 2004, 10:59:27 pm »
To join the clan simply go to the groupslist and join the Clan group.

Announcements / Join TKC
« on: January 03, 2004, 10:48:08 pm »
What is required to be a Clan member?
You have to be able to play real on trainings or clan-matches if nothing else is said.

How do I join?
You have to meet the requirments and post here in this tread.

The post should include:
Where you live.
What languages you speak.
Your stance to special tactics in games. (Against,Neutral,For)

Announcements / Join TKC
« on: January 03, 2004, 10:46:00 pm »
What is required to be considered to be a Cheater or TKer (aka Game Heckler)?
You have to enjoy your way of play, and understand that heckling adds a new element to gameplay which brings the game to a higher level.

Gaming has no other purpose than fun, if you think it's fun to cheat and TK you are truly a "Heckler". It's important that you are not cheating to get good stats you can brag about, but to have fun.

You may play half-serious, where you maybe shoot your victim during serious gameplay and say "OH IM SO SORRY =)". Or maybe you are a fanatic TKer who kills everyone in your way.

Remember you decide the rules, and no one else!

To truly understand the basics of Heckling read TheHecklers! 60+ page about heckling.

Announcements / Join TKC
« on: January 03, 2004, 10:37:15 pm »
Join us! Don?t be a fool, you can?t resist!

As we all know Teamkill and Cheats are bad represented online. This community and clan wants to organize all cheaters and unite them to form a final blow against the online gaming community. We share our discoveries and thoughts so we can grow stronger. We are starting a Revolution to fight they who are stuck in the inclined rules of online gaming!

Therefore we are working together against the stupid fools to let them understand us and finally understand their mistakes. So we say: ?Join us, we will always be a step further. It?s useless to resist!?

Why follow the rules of a game when you can create better ones? Why play an old game which you already have mastered by the accepted rules when the last bit of excitement still is left?
Join Us among the ranks of cheaters, hecklers and teamkillers to create a new Order! Let's enforce the freedom of online gaming, the right to play and let us do what games are for, namely to have fun!

We believe in playing a game with a new point of view, not from the inclined rule-following one but the view from a better distance where we all can have an overview of the game which later can be strategically manipulated to serve your own desires. So We say let's all unite and use our special tactics!

In 9 months we already have around 1000 Members all with one goal and insight - to make gaming rulefree and thus variated.

Remember variation is fun, join the revolution! Be a part of the community!
Mullah Omar - [TKC]Community /
(Edited by Z from .com to .net)

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