maxXPsoft, on Jul 18 2005, 02:52 AM, said:
I have them all in same folder when I'm messing with them.
I found that after copying to my %windir%\System32 I no longer get that Error 9.
I created a right click on .dll and .dl_ to just open the WinntbbuED Editor but can't make it open the file I'm right clicking on. Are there any commandline switches? Maybe later on as its in its early day's.
EDIT: Some get the error and some don't.
with the help of the .dll you shared i could pinpoint the problem, it's caused by .dll's where BitMap Resources are completely deleted. (Missing ID's)
I will fix this issue in the next release.
As for the command line switches, there are none in the current version, but i put that on the ToDo list aswell.
Thnx for taking the time to test around.
P.S.: Be sure you have disabled Windows File Protection if you play in %windir%\System32, elseway you might get fuzzy results.