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Download files in attachment.

Put files in your EterLib folder (where MSWindow.cpp is located)

At Visual Studio:

  • Right-click EterLib project
  • Choose Add --> Add existing item
  • Select Splash.cpp and Splash.h and click Add

Recompile client binary and put your Protect.bmp in the relative location defined above

 

Class by: VertexBrasil

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1 hour ago, Shabba said:

@Tierri Lopes is it possible to build the image into the binary? :D 

 

Because some "high skilled hackers" will edit the image for themself :D

Dont know if the class i used supports it, but it should be able to do so using the resources, when i get home i will check it

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3 hours ago, Shabba said:

@Tierri Lopes is it possible to build the image into the binary? :D 

 

Because some "high skilled hackers" will edit the image for themself :D

My original idea for this didnt work out, so i will look at msdn because i saw it there about using the file directly from the resources

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It's working with bitmaps only. The color what you give at constructor of the class is the color of that pixel which will be transparent.
Basically it's RGB(255, 0, 255) -> Pink

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