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MagicType Structure

well i was asking about Magictype structure of client patch 5517 - 5527

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Structure in All sources Arent Completed

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Old 07/20/2012, 18:36   #2
 
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The unknown types, try experiment with them.


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I don't think anybody has released a 5517 version or w/e version you are using, the latest version released afaik is like, 5017
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well i couldnt know what r they as they r almost usualy have 0 values


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well i couldnt know what r they as they r almost usualy have 0 values
Try change them and see what difference it makes.


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