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SnB@BWH

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Is it possible to trace back an F2 address? I know from watching one of Bully's videos on how to make the F2 code that once you find the address, you don't use that address, instead you have to set a breakpoint on the addres and use the address that the breakpoint tool gives you. I'm just wondering if it's possible to get the original address. Reason I'm asking is because I think I could have more possibility of porting an F2 code if I can have another group of bytes to compare to. Although, this does mean I would have to set up my Wii and Gecko in order to get the breakpoint address from the other region / game mode / game, which I MIGHT do if it's possible.

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Bully@WiiPlaza

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Yes. Just like on C2 and other assembly code types:

You set a breakpoint execute. Then if it breaks click on "Show mem". It will send you straight to the base address in the memory viewer. This obviously requires a USB Gecko.


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