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  1. D2:LoD Item drop calculator

    Calculates the percentage to for a monster to drop a specific item, based on total MF and difficulty
     
     

    1,871 downloads

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  2. D2 Loader

    This is an unofficial, hacked version of D2Loader v1.10 to make it compatiblewith Diablo II 1.11b. Most of the 1.10 parameters and what-not still work, soplease refer to the v1.10 D2Loader docs for more info about D2Loader.
     
    About
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    This is an unofficial, hacked version of D2Loader v1.10 to make it compatible
    with Diablo II 1.11b. Most of the 1.10 parameters and what-not still work, so
    please refer to the v1.10 D2Loader docs for more info about D2Loader.
     
    Version numbering is now done completely by date to avoid confusion when there
    is a Diablo II "v1.11b" and D2Loader "v1.11b02". When looking for the latest
    release, look for the one with the latest date.
     
    For the latest versions, please see http://d2loader.webhop.net/ which will
    redirect you to a page which has (hopefully) safe versions of the latest
    builds. I can't promise whoever hosts the files will not replace them with
    trojans and such, so please be careful as with any D2 related executables.
     
    Installation
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    Remove any existing v1.10 plugins - they will likely crash. Then copy the
    .exe to your Diablo II directory and run it or whatever you want to do with
    it. Below are some useful command line parameters you may wish to use:
     
    -w Run in windowed mode.
    -ns Disable sound (warning, can cause some crashes)
    -nohide Don't hide the Diablo II window when losing focus.
    -res800 Start at 800x600 (avoids window moving off-centre on load)
    -sleepy Call sleep(1) to avoid D2 using 100% CPU time.
    -altcolor Change color of monster health bar.
    -title "foo" Set the Diablo II window title to foo.
    -mpq foo.mpq Load foo.mpq (useful for additional CD keys)
    -skiptobnet Skip straight to the BNet login screen.
     
    Version History
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    D2Loader v1.11b (Nov 11 2005)
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    Added -altcolor option for windowed mode, will use different colors when
    drawing the monster name / hp box so it is more visible. Yes, this uses more
    code patches, but I really hope Blizzard doesn't mind this accessibilty option
    as it's pretty hard to see it in windowed mode without this fix.
     
    D2Loader v1.11b (Oct 04 2005)
    -----------------------------
    Fixed -sleepy behavior acting weird sometimes (ie high CPU usage / random D2
    window 'freezing' on menu). I'm amazed this didn't actually crash since there
    was a jump into the middle of an opcode (*blushes*) :D.
     
    Bound the executable to Diablo II v1.11b and WinXP SP2 entry points for maybe
    a slight improvement in load time.
     
    D2Loader v1.11b (Sep 22 2005)
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    Patched the D2Lang.dll patches so -locale works again. Since I don't have a
    Korean D2 or whatever, I can't test this actually works, but it looks like it
    should - my D2 crashes looking for some Korean fonts with -locale Korean.
     
    Added ability to read extra command line options. This allows further features
    that would require a command line option. Such as...
     
    -nohide command line option. If set, will subclass the main D2 window handle
    and block WM_ACTIVATEAPP/0 from reaching D2, which will prevent the D2 window
    from hiding when it loses focus. Diablo II usually gobbles up 100% CPU time
    when not hidden (see below for a 'fix' for this), so running multiple windows
    with -nohide could cause some significant slowdown. Don't use this in full
    screen mode for obvious reasons.
     
    -sleepy command line option. If set, will patch the arguments to sleep() in
    D2Client and D2Win so they aren't zero. This results in the Diablo II process
    using much less CPU time since it isn't stuck in such a tight loop. Note that
    this *might* result in oh-so-barely lower FPS, but I don't think that's a
    concern in D2 :-). The benefits of this should be apparent to anyone with a
    fast system... and why Blizz are calling sleep(0) is beyond me :D. Note that
    there are still some areas that use 100% CPU time regardless since they aren't
    part of the menu / game loop.
     
    Fixed a small jmp to the wrong place on the rare chance you had any plugins
    installed.
     
    Fixed VirtualProtect not restoring correct memory access options after
    applying patches (yeah I suck at the x86 asm :P).
     
    Fixed BNClient and other future patches being applied more than once when
    re-entering the main menu.
     
    Edited the PE header to provide the correct code size. This shuts up OllyDbg's
    SFX warning so I don't get quite so frustrated each time I have to restart :).
     
    Also a tip to any people who are making Diablo II hacks that install by
    finding the D2 window: EnumWindows / GetClassName / GetWindowThreadProcessId
    are your friends. Don't go enumerating the executable names as these aren't
    100% reliable due to renaming. The D2 window classname is "Diablo II".
     
    Small note, the last version recommended using '-nocleanup' to do a 'nice'
    shutdown of D2 - a word of warning - don't use -nocleanup with -skiptobnet or
    every time D2 tries to exit by going back to the menu, it will reconnect to
    bnet and you'll be stuck in a rather nasty foreground-hogging infinite loop.
     
    A forewarning, the next release may have another 2KB added on to the file size
    as I'm running quite short on space in the current executable to continue
    adding more features. It probably doesn't help that my code is so bloated :).
     
    D2Loader v1.11b (Sep 15 2005)
    -----------------------------
    Few fixes here, the first new hack I'd added I accidentally called XP SP2
    DLL addresses instead of using the import table for the new error box stuff.
    Oops. Now all Windows versions should get the error dialogs when there is
    a problem initing. I also added a version check so that the executable won't
    even run if it detects a new version of D2. Due to the amount of stuff that
    Blizz seem to change each release, it's extremely unlikely that an old loader
    version would work with a new patch.
     
    This version also has EVERY ordinal fixed, even ones that were missing from
    the original v1.11 loader. As such, obscure parameters such as -gamma, -lq
    and -vsync now work correctly. I figured if Blizz release 1.11c anytime soon I
    wouldn't want to go checking back three versions worth of changes :).
     
    Point of interest: it seems -nocleanup works backwards, ie "no cleanup" is on
    by default and if you specify -nocleanup, D2Loader will go through the normal
    D2 shutdown procedures (close sound, unload DLLs, etc). Now that the cleanup
    ordinals are mapped, -nocleanup works nicely and does a 'graceful' close of
    Diablo II. While I don't want to change any defaults, I'd recommend you use
    -nocleanup on your command line to do a graceful exit instead of ExitProcess.
     
    This version is really what I wanted the last version to be when I released
    it, but sadly I didn't have time to do all these things. I decided to just
    get a version out there that worked with v1.11b to keep all the people happy
    who depend on D2Loader to be able to play the game.
     
    D2Loader v1.11b (Sep 14 2005)
    -----------------------------
    Just to add further confusion, Blizz released v1.11b and a lot of people saw
    the "v1.11b02" and thought it was for v1.11b. The b is for the build number.
    I've changed how the version string is now written to reduce further mixups.
    This version simply fixes the ordinals for v1.11b and again, D2Loader is back
    in business. One small fix, if you Alt+F4 out of D2, the cache file handle is
    properly closed and deleted. As usual, keep an eye on the D2Loader redirect -
    http://d2loader.webhop.net/ for the latest versions.
     
    D2Loader v1.11b02 Sep 09 2005
    -----------------------------
    Added some code to the resource section to support extra hacks which wouldn't
    fit in any other places. This may cause some virus scanners to go crazy since
    code shouldn't be running from the resource section :). It's quite safe, just
    heuristic scanners may give false positives. This new code section also makes
    it much easier to extend D2Loader functionality at a later time if needed.
     
    New in this build is a bnclient.dll patch to generate the bncache name based
    on the PID of the D2Loader process. This prevents multiple D2s trying to lock
    the file (and subsequently one of them dropping with C/I). If you missed the
    point there, multiple D2Loaders can now run on bnet at the same time without
    having to copy a ton of .exe/.dll files all over the place.
     
    Also a few minor improvements, SetErrorMode is called on init to prevent the
    annoying "No Disc In Drive / Continue/Try Again/Ignore" dialog boxes that can
    occur if you run D2Loader with virtual CD and/or empty CD drives. Any fatal
    errors such as missing MPQ files on startup are now shown in a message box so
    you can actually see what the problem is rather than having the loader exit.
    Finally, FlushInstructionCache is called after patches are done to ensure no
    problems arise from not doing so.
     
    A word of warning, "Warden" - Blizzard's new hack detection software - can
    easily be updated (if it doesn't already) to detect D2Loader usage. You take
    a risk as with any 3rd party hacks - while I personally would hope something
    as simple as self-muling and running without the CD is fairly harmless, it's
    ultimately up to Blizzard. This version of the loader is unable to load any
    plugins so it can't be used to load any further hacks, but again, it's your
    choice to run it.
     
    D2Loader v1.11b01 Aug 01 2005
    -----------------------------
    Hacked with love ;-)
     
    Fixed up imports from D2 DLL ordinals and bam, it works with v1.11. Note that
    the plugin system seems to work, but individual plugins will likely need many
    changes to be compatible with 1.11. I strongly recommend you remove all v1.10
    plugins before trying to use this. Enjoy.
     
    Fullscreen/D3d UNTESTED, not recommended!
     

    363 downloads

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  3. eHs Mpq starter

    Its a simple Diablo mpq starter It start the cdkey mpqs with Diablo.
     
     

    73 downloads

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  4. d2netstat

    d2netstat is a simple application written by KG in order to make searching for so called HOT IP easier then it ever was.
     
     

    53 downloads

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  5. ItemReader

    A simple item stats logger.
     
    A simple item stats logger: press "space" and it will log into a .txt file all the stats of item you are focusing with cursor. Require to launch diablo in Bot.Play Mode (or launch with it with -w -direct -txt parameters). This tool is usefull for trades in forums or to easy note down interresting items, as example. Works in Trade, Stash, or Npc...

    58 downloads

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  6. ShowCDKey/ChangeCDKey

    use this to change your diablo 2 cd key without re-installing!
     
    Now, you can view your cd-keys and make .mpq files.

    2,007 downloads

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  7. Ziod Pickit

    Great plugin to grab items - like grabit in 1.09. Required D2 Loader.
     
    Pace the dll in your diablo 2 folder!

    158 downloads

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  8. D2gfxdll

    It will remove the multiple copy check....now you can run more than one D2 client
     
    Make a backup of your old d2gfx.dll and replace it with this

    164 downloads

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  9. PacketSender

    Packetsender will send this Bytes (atoh function created by Jan, thank you!)15 01 02 is the say packet, 6C is the ascii char l, 6F ascii char o.
     
    How to use:
    Open inject.exe click on Edit INI choose the spack.dll.
    Make sure your spack.ini is in your Diablo 2 dir.
    Then click on load, it will sends now all the packets in your spack.ini and
    will then unload!
     
    To Add packets on your own,
    open the spack.ini, you'll found
    [Packets]
    Packets=3
    1=1501026C
    2=1501026C6F
    3=1501026C6F6C
     
    My Packetsender will send this Bytes (atoh function created by Jan, thank you!)
    15 01 02 is the say packet, 6C is the ascii char l, 6F ascii char o.
     
     
    Updated for 1.11b:
    the new PacketSend function is D2Net #10020 ... the new wrapper is 0x6FB0DE40 (Fastcall)
     
    Anti detection will added in the next version.

    62 downloads

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