Solved L4D2 Cheat Engine Crosshair ID

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Heisa

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Hi. Been trying to find L4D2's crosshair ID, but no luck. So far I have tried spawning zombies, scanning, looking at the ground, scanning again, but without any luck. Also tried to find the ID's of the zombies, by scanning for their hp, and I couldn't find where the zombies are stored.
 

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im pretty sure there are console commands you can use for this, the game has lots of debugging information i remember i used a command before and it showed almost all information i needed.

https://www.gamerconfig.eu/commands/left-4-dead-2/ - this should help it has all the commands you could possibly need
 

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you could possibly try getting the valeus for RGBA for the crosshair - ive done it before with commands and then looking in that area of memory and see if values change, just an idea but it could possibly be close to your crosshair colours in memory
 

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possibly, there could be a different entity number for each different zombie(modle), try find a structure in memory for entitiys and in your code loop through say 500-700 - ofc find the real entities/ what might be easier is finding the entity of an AI character - and the infected should be close by
 

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possibly, there could be a different entity number for each different zombie(modle), try find a structure in memory for entitiys and in your code loop through say 500-700 - ofc find the real entities/ what might be easier is finding the entity of an AI character - and the infected should be close by
Maybe this is the list of all the zombies? it goes to 1826

 
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