I think what we're seeing here is a combination of excitement and eating more than you can chew. I'd strongly suggest putting a break on it; it's true you learn while doing it, but I would advise starting with the basics.
Get into Lua, practice it, google for code snippets, execute them, debug the lines of code in Lua Engine in CE (you can set breakpoints and trace line by line), understand what the code does.
Then open celua.txt
from CE folder and combine standard Lua with CE-Lua wrappers designed for game-hacking. Google is your friend, the Lua section on this site and [Link]
as well. Everything you need is right there, online.
I too am not Lua proficient, I sometimes go ask Dark Byte or Zanzer for support, but only when I know the knife's hit my bones (expression: when I am really compelled to). Apart from that, there's no "I don't know Lua like you do", "you're better than me". Just set your goal, start at it, try to accomplish it without any human interaction but just doing research: searching on google or other sources. The road will be long, but that helps set in the "getting used to it" feeling you'll thank me for later on.
Your problem now, gideon25
, is you want to do a lot of things with minimal knowledge. It's like patching an old pair of shoes that look very worn and thinking they'll look like new
Doesn't work that way, as there will be a lot of gaps
in your parkour. And the more you progress in this fashion, the more chaos you'll sink in. Will become agitated, won't find "how did I do this?" easily and eventually you'll post several more questions on the forums, annoying the life out of some users
Been there myself, but took a step back and reviewed my approach.
If patience is not among your qualities, then I'm afraid you're off to a bumpy road at this rate.