[PROGRAM] Monolith - Leaguebot Champion Hotkey Repository. Updated for Thresh
#41
Can I get an account on it?
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#42
(09-15-2012, 07:14 AM)Mario30 Wrote: ok thnx wil u add all hotkeys for all charachters toSmile

YEAH I TOLD HIM ID ADD THE NEW ONES AS THEY SHOWED UP ON THE FORUMS TO MONOLITH, AND IMMA TRY TO GET THE WHOLE DOC HOTKEYS ON THERE IF THEY ARNT THER ALREADY...AND IF ANYONE HAS ONE THEY WOULD LIKE TO PUT UP THERE JUST PRIVATE MSG ME AND ILL GET IT
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#43
(09-16-2012, 02:57 PM)Ugleh Wrote: Can I get an account on it?

Ill try to set one up for you. I've moved house and don't have internet for 9 more days but ill try to do it from my phone.
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#44
I have two things to say to you, Sida:

1. I LOVE YOU

2. SO MUCH

Thank you, congratulations, well done, marry me?!
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#45
Give me a login too pls. Thanks.
And good job.
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#46
Any chance of getting access to the source of this program?
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#47
nice tool of it Smile
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#48
(09-25-2012, 07:43 AM)fragma Wrote: Any chance of getting access to the source of this program?

I'm afraid not at the moment. You don't have to use it if you don't trust it. You can probably see a lot of the code with reflection if you really wanted though.

I've finally got internet back and I've added accounts for everyone who PM'd me I think. My inbox is full though and it won't let me delete messages for some reason so if you need an account you'll have to request one here for now.
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#49
It was more of an informal request just to have access to the code, check it out, learn from it, etc.

I also like to scan the utilities/code I use with some of the private resource scanners I have access to in order to benefit the community and harden software. I just assumed with a project being for something like this bot you wouldn't likely have issues with sharing the code for review Smile (I was wrong in that regard apparently.)

That being said I have not used this application for many reasons and rather not perform code reflection if the application source/code is available, if there is some proprietary code, engine, software library or otherwise driving this project then I can completely understand the hesitation.

On that note, might I ask why the closed-source/closed-view approach to something that only provides databased information and is in essence a tool to review others data?
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(09-30-2012, 03:08 AM)fragma Wrote: It was more of an informal request just to have access to the code, check it out, learn from it, etc.

I also like to scan the utilities/code I use with some of the private resource scanners I have access to in order to benefit the community and harden software. I just assumed with a project being for something like this bot you wouldn't likely have issues with sharing the code for review Smile (I was wrong in that regard apparently.)

That being said I have not used this application for many reasons and rather not perform code reflection if the application source/code is available, if there is some proprietary code, engine, software library or otherwise driving this project then I can completely understand the hesitation.

On that note, might I ask why the closed-source/closed-view approach to something that only provides databased information and is in essence a tool to review others data?

Three reasons really. First, there are a two libraries I used that were suitable for this project but not something I wanted to pay for (as I'm not using this for business or anything). They are not so obvious right now but if I released the source it would be much more apparent.

Second, there is information about the location of storage. If you looked hard enough you could probably find it and I'm sure no one would do anything malicious with that storage information but it's not something I would want simply released publicly.

Third, this was a project for me to test a totally new language (the C# wasn't new, but the XAML/WPF is totally fucked and different to anything I've ever used before) and so I don't feel the XAML is tidy enough for me to release under my name.

Those are my three main reasons in order of priority.

If you were interested in actually working on the software however, then something could be arranged as I'm short of time now that I'm back at University. You'd have to at least know C# or WPF/XAML.

Hope that clears things up.
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