Everest.v1.0-OUTLAWS: 06/11/08 - Analyzing: Original Climbers.exe: 04/06/08 by us: 05/11/08 (not packed) by OUTLAWS: 05/11/08 (PECompact) * Code section is equal to our file (in memory) * Modification date of cracked exe is equal to our file * Released without original setup (OUTLAWS didn't find it, we can) 3.
Or, perhaps you press Ctrl-F to search, type ‘uses’, press F3 F3 F3 to skip past all the times ‘uses’ is in a comment or method, cycle around to the top of the unit, press F3 again to skip the interface uses, and finally arrive at the implementation uses clause. Press Ctrl G (G to go) and Navigator will show you a window with everything in your current unit. You can see the currently visible portion, and click or drag to scroll: this is a scrollbar the way a code editor should be.Mouse over, and a preview hint will appear showing you the code under the mouse cursor. Want a bigger / smaller map when you switch between your laptop and desk? Extra information to help you navigate is in quiet grey: readable but not in your way.Click/drag to scroll, or double-click to move the editor cursor straight to the specific line. The minimap uses a custom, threaded rendering and syntax highlighting engine, is low priority and smart-updating to save battery, and is antialiased right down to its progress bar. No, but it’s indicative of the effort and polish that has gone into the product.Although doing this can be instructive, after you get the macro working properly, it’s often annoying and can slow the performance of your macro considerably.For that, I post and update a userform for each step with a text message with the elapsed time, the number and name of each step, and a progress bar.