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Old 07-15-2016, 08:50 AM
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I do not know how to do it with Paul's DLL but if you download a Hex Editor you can directly edit the exe file.
You need to open AbeWin.exe in the Hex Editor then Ctrl+F and search for a word that you know to be in the screen's text (e.g. 'deactivate' or 'press') that you want to change.
You will come across the phrase which you can then edit.

Also, so you don't corrupt the file:

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Originally Posted by Littleleeroy View Post
I have a couple of tips when hex editing Oddysee and Exoddus exe's. First Do NOT create or delete extra spaces as it will ruin the exe. Second, there are only a number of things you can edit e.g. The help text, the Esc menu text and mix the sounds around. If you are editing the scrolling help text then here is a small hex list:

01 = (Up Arrow) | 02 = (Down Arrow) | 03 = (Left Arrow) | 04 = (Right Arrow) | 05 = Shift | 06 = Ctrl | 07 = Alt | 08 = Z | 09 = Space | 10 = 6 | 11 = 7 | 12 = 8 | 13 = 0 | 14 = Esc | 15 = X | 16 = Esc | 17 = Tab |

When you view the hex ASCII it will show up as a .
Sorry to go a bit off topic but I think that this will help some beginners a bit in this topic.
This way is a little tedious but unless someone explains how to use the DLL to do it, this will be the best option.
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