Mapdownloader possibility Brainstorming

4 months 1 week ago - 4 months 1 week ago #7 by snowman
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GameSpy? :fk:

Found these lines in the Autopatcher.exe file. Replaced weird characters with "_" character.

Warning: Spoiler!

"Walk through all fear no matter what."

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4 months 1 week ago - 4 months 1 week ago #8 by JonnySniper
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the question and answer protocoll is in the attachmentsit seems like the autopatcher talk to a gamespy adress too.
when the gamespy.com domain is still used, its impossible to capture this i think :/
hex and wireshare file inside the zip file
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4 months 1 week ago #9 by FlashX
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I've got a possible solution for this that wouldn't need any special hacking and disassembling the game executable...

Since I know how to get a list of all HD2 servers and get the active mission on each server, we know which mission is loaded...
Downloadable missions could be stored for example on the Google drive, where they already are...

Problem with external tool? We could use for example ImGui which would would provide us a new window drawn over the game window, from which we could download the mission if it was found on drive...

Still not that pretty solution like it would be if it was implemented exactly in the game, but definitely better than the current approach...
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4 months 1 week ago #10 by JonnySniper
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but that ImGui need to downloaded first before we could use them.
to store the maps isnt a big thing, i just try to figure out whats possible with the hd2 itself. so when somebody start the game doesnt need to google, and download something.
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4 months 1 week ago - 4 months 1 week ago #11 by snowman
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Good luck finding something we can use, Jonny. Maybe others can join the search :v:

At the moment it seems that something has to be downloaded/ installed... unless you discover the game already has this feature, hidden somewhere :badnews:

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4 months 1 week ago - 4 months 1 week ago #12 by Stern
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FlashX wrote: Since I know how to get a list of all HD2 servers and get the active mission on each server, we know which mission is loaded...


No we dont know.

Its not 100% reliable...
Yes Its a start but it can cause issues.

1.
QTracker must be online.
https://www.qtracker.com/server_list_details.php?game=hiddenanddangerous2

Then its just matter of reading server list IP:Port
And sending requests to each server to get mission name.

2.
Mission name must stay the same.

This can be anything !



Example of request response:



This is what should be used to detect mission.


The one who hesitates is lost !
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