Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
First of all, thanks a lot for a great trainer!
Except that the F6 (Unit manipulation) option does not work as it should.
I follow the instructions point by point;
1. No units selected. Check.
2. Press F6. Check.
3. Move mouse cursor over intended unit. Check.
4. Press appropriate option. (In my case I wanted to try out the invulnerable (or almost anyway...) option, so I pressed F.) Check.
5. Press V (mistyped in the CC3.txt file, X doesn't do anything (tried it)), to disable options. Check.
Result: Sure, the unit I had the cursor over is invulnerable (at least the health bar is at about half, which should indicate invulnerability (read it in CC3.txt)) but it also moves reeeeally damn slow, and so does all my other units!
Not just the one I had the cursor over, but all other units too
How come it does like this?
I tried it on GDI Mission 3 (I think it was 3 anyway, the one where you're going to retake the Pentagon), in the beginning with one of the two riflemen squads you're granted.
Hope to see a fix
Thanks for your time everyone
As far as as "everyone" getting a cheat, not unless you're selecting or mousing over other units before deactivating the cheat by pressing V or F6 again. The trainer doesn't know you from the enemy, all it knows is what is being selected or moused over. If you mouse over the enemy or have the enemy selected or all your troops once you turn the option on, then it will be applied to them.
[Edited by PWizard, 4/18/2007 6:45:32 PM]
So if I'm getting you right here... If I, at some point before activating the F6 cheat have pressed S, I'm screwed? (And have to restart the game?)
Or is it enough to press V, before pressing F6?
And by the way, ALL units do get slomo, whether they're selected during the F6 procedure or not.
Other than this, the trainer is really great
Thanks for the support
Make sure you press V or F6 IMMEDIATELY after hovering and pressing F(Infinite Health) over the desired unit.
Failing to do so will apply the Infinite Health option to all unit you hover over.
This is the mistake I would make:
I would apply the Infinite Health option to the desired unit by hovering over it and pressing F.
Then I would hover over the other units to see if they had the Infinite Health option applied to them and lo and behold they all had the option applied to them.
What I should have done was applied the Infinite Health option to the desired unit by hovering over it and pressing F then IMMEDIATELY pressed V or F6 to deactivate the option.
Then, and only then, would I be able to verify if other units had the Infinite Health option applied to them without applying it to them by simply hovering over them.
Once F has been pressed you do not need to press it every time you want to apply it to other units. You simply need to hover over whatever unit you want the option applied to and ...BINGO!...option applied.
You MUST deactivate the Infinite Health option by pressing V or F6 before checking to see if other units have had the option applied to them.
Hope this helps