I started the trainer and then started the game. I forgot to press F1 at the main menu and started a campaign game and pressed F1 at campaign map then started a level, the values didn't show up at first but as soon as I checked the alternate method check box everything showed the right values and i was able to change things just fine. Hope that helps other people.
The trainer is working for me, 99% of the time both in campaign and custom games. However, from time to time, it randomly sends a messge saying that there was a problem with microsoft .net framework 3.5, a crash of some sort. After that, some value for different ressources are display with a red X in a white box. Sometimes, the trainers still continue to do its work, sometimes not.
Next time the error message pops up, i'll post the content of the warning box.
On a side note, I noticed that 3 resources are missing. One is a "real" one, that you can buy from the hemfort menu:
The other two are research points and influence points.
However, since influence points are only accessible on the world map, I don't know if it would be relevant for a trainer/editor that modify resources used in the levels themselves...
In the end, it is a great editor and many thanks to its creator!
Tourmaline seems to switch with food at times. Dragonforce is missing. Would it be possible to just read the current max storage space and write that value to all resource memory locations at the press of a button? Num1 or something.
Edit Ah ha, obsidian is now sharing with dragonforce which leaves me to believe (without actually looking at memory allocation) that resources are indeed "sharing" locations.
May be easiest to setup a trainer that sets all resource values to 999999 every time a specific key is pressed.
The trainer has been working fantastic and thank you for the hard work! Alas 2 days ago I installed windows 8 and now the OS keeps asking me what I want to use to open the tmp file that is created by the trainer. What should that be? I did not have the issue on Windows 7.