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[Share]Easier Life For Aion Ninja Users


LinK

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As you all know, ninja needs you to run the game at 1024x768 windowed full with low graphics settings so that it can read the pixels proper. It also changes some other options.... When I play manually, i have all graphics settings maxed out and way diff controls... i got tired of changing the options every time i want to play or want to bot... so i made 2 system.cfg files.. one good, one for ninja.. and then swapped them in and out.... then i got tired of that too... so i wrote a program in c++ that does it for me.

 

 

 

What you need to do:

 

1. Go in game and set your options how you like them.

 

2. Exit game and copy ...\NCSoft\Aion\system.cfg to any folder and call it "Good".

 

3. Go back in game and set all the ninja options. (easiest way is probly just using the autosetup feature of ninja) and then exit game.

 

4. Copy the same file again to a folder called "Ninja"

 

 

 

5. add the paths of each of those files to the top section of the following code:

 


//libraries

#include <iostream>

#include <string>

#include <conio.h>

#include <windows.h>

#include <fstream>

//namespaces

using namespace std;

//prototypes

void swap(string, string); //copys the files

void flush(void); //flush kb buffer



int main(void)

{

//vars

string strGood="REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH THE FILEPATH TO YOUR GOOD FILE"; //be sure to use a double \\ for the slashes or c++ will hate you

string strNinja="REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH THE FILEPATH TO YOUR NINJA FILE"; //be sure to use a double \\ for the slashes or c++ will hate you

char chrUserInput=0; //holds user input

bool bDone=false; //exit flag



do

{

cout << "Chose a mode:\n1)Ninja\n2)Good\n'q' to quit\n>"; //prompt for user input

flush(); //flush kb buffer

chrUserInput=getch(); //store input in a var

if (chrUserInput!='1' && chrUserInput!='2')

{

tolower(chrUserInput); //converts user input to lower case

}



switch (chrUserInput)

{

case '1':

swap("ninja",strNinja); //swap in ninja cfg

break;

case '2':

swap("good",strGood); //swap in good cfg

break;

case 'q':

bDone++; //raise exit flag

break;

default:

cout << "\n\nINVALID SELECTION!"; //advise user they're a moron

} 

} while(!bDone);

return 0;

}

void swap(string strNinjaGood, string strSourcePath)

{

//vars

bool bBadInput=false;

char chrUserInput='\0';

system("cls"); //clear screen

do

{

bBadInput=false; //reset bad input flag

cout << "Are you using a 64bit OS(y\\n)\n> "; //prompt user for 64/32 bit

flush(); //flush kb buffer

chrUserInput=getch(); //store user input in var

tolower(chrUserInput); //converts user input to lower case

if (chrUserInput!='n' && chrUserInput!='y')

{

bBadInput++; //raises bad input flag

cout << "\n\nINVALID INPUT!\n\n"; //flog user

}

} while (bBadInput==true);

if (chrUserInput=='y') //64 bit path

{

ifstream f1(strSourcePath.c_str(), fstream::binary);

ofstream f2("C:\\Program Files (x86)\\NCSoft\\Aion\\system.cfg", fstream::trunc|fstream::binary);

f2 << f1.rdbuf();

}

else //32 bit path

{

ifstream f1(strSourcePath.c_str(), fstream::binary);

ofstream f2("C:\\Program Files\\NCSoft\\Aion\\system.cfg", fstream::trunc|fstream::binary);

f2 << f1.rdbuf();

}

system("cls"); //clear screen

cout << "Success!\n\n"; //give user a cookie

} 

void flush(void)

{

::FlushConsoleInputBuffer(::GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE));

}

 

 

 

5. Compile and Enjoy! Now it's a one click jobby

 

 

 

6. If you want a compiled version, pm me and I'll email it. I just didn't want to post an exe on the site :P

 

 

 

edit: i have better formatting then that, this forum killed all my indentation... and double spaced it for some reason... :P

 

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