However now I'm aware of people don't appreciate me put in a few hours to readd a single function to an old game.
Please please don't think that. You do great work 0x90. Sometimes trainers or editors disable achievements....well then your right....you want the achievement don't cheat!
Your work is very appreciated here at cheathappens. Your time is appreciated as well. Despite the few who complain and ***** there are so many more who think highly of the work done by you and Caliber.
Don't let one jerky comment get you upset, most of us here are grateful for the stealth option and understand it took some work to get it working after the game re-wrote everything. Thank you!
0x90 Sweety you know people, I never tried the stealth option in your editor but I certainly tend to test it out. And even when I haven't used it I appreciate you think about the users to take your time and put it back Don't bother about those people who only want perfection and can't see the fact its cheating and not made to get EVERY achievement.
To rizmemon: Trainers have never been meant to earn achievements. Trainers existed long before Steam achievements did and "achievements" as the name imply means that you "work" to earn them. A trainer is meant to have additional fun with a game. And you won't find a single trainer out there with the sole purpose to allow you to gain achievements the easy way. That's not the goal.
I have used 0x90's editor, with and without the trainer,since it has been available. It has done nothing to interfere with my game, and thanks to his editor I managed to easily attain the Ghost achievement. Which I'm 99.9% sure I couldn't have gotten without the editor's stealth function, and I am quite honestly crap at stealth games and many other action-oriented play styles.
Nerve damage from an accident interferes with my reflexes and motor skills quite a bit. Without programs such as these, I would find many games unplayable and/or non-enjoyable. I would be limited to pretty a very narrow category of games.
So, I guess what I'm saying is: Whatever has caused you to fail on your Ghost achievement, it wasn't the fault of this program.
0x90, don't listen to this guy. Your stuff is awesome!