Witcher, The (Enhanced) Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
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I installed the 1.5 patch and directors cut to my retail enhanced edition. It is not the steam version.
The offline key generator doesn't work for 1.5 trainer. I've tried generating several keys but no use.
The trainer does work only when the internet connection is enabled. The trainer is in the root directory of the game with a seperate folder. I've tested some of the cheat codes from the trainer and everything was smooth
Maybe it's some feature that you overlooked? Most users out there do use the internet but my monster is disconnected from the internet.
Can you please figure out a key for me that actually does work?
Hope to hearing from you soon.
[Edited by opusredx, 9/26/2009 11:44:56 AM]
I would like to customize keys too, but am totally dumb when it comes to this and even though I can bring up the page needed, I have no clue as to how to do this. I wish the instructions were simple.
It's easier with the CH trainer manager.
Basically, you open up the CH trainer manager while your Witcher trainer is in the new My Trainers directory in My Documents (Or just "documents" (without quotes) in Vista), and right click on the Witcher Trainer in the Trainer Manager's window and hit "Create Custom Keys".
The number that's shown is the number of the option, so if the options listed in the trainer are in Numpad 1-9, Numpad 0, Numpad Del/., numpad +, numpad -, etc. Then option 1 is normally on Numpad 1.
If they're listed in THIS order in the readme
Numpad 1: Health
Numpad 2: Endurance
Numpad 3: Toxicity
Numpad 4: Experience
Numpad 5: Bronze Points
Numpad 6: Silver Points
Numpad 7: Gold Points
Numpad 8: Gold
Numpad 9: Health Drain Enemy
Numpad 0: 255 Items
Numpad / : Remove Drunken Effects
Numpad * : Combat Time-Out
Then in the Trainer Manager's key customizer, option 1 is Health, 2 is endurance, etc., while option 10 is 255 items, 11 is remove drunken effects, and 12 is Combat Time out.
So when you're customizing keys, you click the area where you input the key while it says Option 1, and hit Numpad 1 to bind the key, and repeat in order for whichever keys you would like the options to be bound to. Then when you reach the final option (In this case, option 12), you bind that key, and go to the NEXT option and save the key-bindings.
I hope I helped.
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