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[quote=JohnHell] [quote=ndebord] John, I am curious about what went wrong with your first hex, considering that this particular version has caused me trouble in the past when I wanted to hex it. And thanks for the download, much appreciated. <g>[/quote] The most ever stupid thing you could imagine... Instead replace 0014 6A02 6A00 for 0010 6A02 6A01 I wrote 0010 6A02 6A0[b][u]0[/u][/b]. In other words, I didn't replace the last hex value :/ I swear I did, but I didn't :/ But, even I said is fully working, I didn't fully test. I'll continue myself with 10.3 until the 9th of July, when they drop 10.3 for 11.7 for the extended support. Also, I'm in Windows 2000, yet, so it should work in newer Windows OSs, but, remember, is only the 32 bit dll. [u]You are going to be the beta testers[/u] :P If it crash could be normal, because I just made the simple way of replace those values (I spent a little of time comparing the other 11.x hexed versions in this thread to check if was the only data to change). Also, as I said, I found tonight that Youtube doesn't create temp files, as Dailymotion started time ago. It just creates chunks in the cache folder of the video being downloaded. So the only way is to use the Youtube Downloader HD or [url=https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/1-click-dailymotion-video-d/]this Firefox plugin[/url] (I don't know if it can be ported to KM, I didn't even try). EDIT: I found an interesting behavior it could happen to you in the past. If you leave a copy of the original dll in the same folder, rename it, but you don't change the base name, this is starting with npswf32... what happens?, that the original dll (not hexed) is taken..., but if you rename it [i]whatever[/i]npswf32, then, is not taken. Very interesting.[/quote]
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