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Posted on 10-04-21, 11:47 pm
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Well I want someone to tell me what is the code to go from world 3 to 4, as in NSMBTNW and NewerDS, I do not know what the code is someone could tell me please.

Thanks for the help
Posted on 10-05-21, 12:31 am
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https://nsmbhd.net/thread/2569-misc-patches-thread/?from=20#43287
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Posted on 10-05-21, 10:21 am
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I didn't get it right there, I just don't understand how to change the routing of the worlds
Posted on 10-05-21, 01:59 pm
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Change the value at 0x2010 in Overlay 8 from 0x04 to 0x03.
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Posted on 10-05-21, 04:58 pm
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And then I would have the code implemented and I can go from world 3>4/6>7, right?



Posted on 10-05-21, 04:59 pm
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I guess it works like that, yeah, I mean, that's what I understood
Posted on 10-05-21, 06:15 pm
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If you want 6>7, you'll also have to change the value at 0x2030 from 0x07 to 0x06.
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Posted on 10-05-21, 07:17 pm
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Thanks, i go to try It, Poudink you are great
Posted on 10-06-21, 07:57 pm
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I have a problem, i cannot find those Codes:

0x2010

Ox2030

How i can find It?, Or How are called it in hex?
Posted on 10-06-21, 08:50 pm
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These are offsets, not hex code. Instead of searching for them with the Find feature, you have to go to them with the Goto... feature.
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Posted on 10-08-21, 04:22 pm
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I give up I can't find 0x03 and 0x07
Posted on 10-08-21, 04:46 pm
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You do not have to search for the literal "0x03" and "0x07" by the way.

"0x" is used to denote hexadecimal numbers (just look it up on wikipedia if you do not know what that means), meaning you have to find "03" and "07" in the hex editor.

Dunno if you actually got this wrong, just want to make sure.
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Posted on 10-08-21, 07:05 pm
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By the way, "04" and "07" are what you're supposed to look for. "03" and "06" are what you're supposed to replace them with.
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