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Unread 07-07-11, 08:12 AM   #1
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AVR making a come back?

This new has been around for a few weeks now but I only just found out.

It seems that the mod known as AVR (Augmented Virtual Reality) might be making a come back.

There is already a few posts on the Blizzard forums about it and I've managed to find a green post

Originally posted by Alestane

What I've heard so far is that it works by partnering with an executable that scans the WoW memory space and modifies the Lua state that hosts the UI to set global variables.

If that is indeed the case, than it is utterly, unequivocally and flagrantly against the Terms of Use.
Weather or not this is how the new AVR works is yet to be seen.

Here is a youtube clip of AVR working in what looks to be Vortex Pinnacle

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Unread 07-07-11, 09:12 AM   #2
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I think everyone's missing one tiny point here. Blizzard owns the game, and if they really want to be bas..... as...... well, less than nice about things, they can recode the game to the point where there will be no addons. At all.
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Editing the exe or altering the memory is detectable tough so it won't be much use, you get to use it for some weeks and then you get banned. I've tried this lua memory altering in the past and got myself banned too.
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