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[Password Reset] I Lost my Password?! What to do? - TUTORIAL

Aug 25, 2018 - 11:19 AM - by ExO
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This explains what you should do, if you lost your Password to Emucoach and cannot login.
Please follow it carefully.


1) You create a new Emucoach Account.
2) You send me (ExO) a PM with your username.
3) Right after, you send a mail to: [email protected]com FROM the mail that is registered/used on the Emucoach account.
4) I confirm, and send you a new strong password you can use to login.

5) You are now back into your old Emucoach account.

NO, you cannot use the "Retrieve password". Mail server is disabled for security purposes.
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Mist of Pandaria REPACK, 5.4.8 News [27-07-2018]

Jul 27, 2018 - 7:52 AM - by ExO
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Dear Emucoach Users,


The day’s 27th of July. A new Mist of Pandaria repack update is in place. You heard right!

Today, Artamedes and I have some new features to show, some new information and we’re happy to tell you that we’re much closer to an actual release of the MOP repack. More information about that included later in this thread. The development team has done massive amount of fixes to the core. Even fixes that aren’t even seen on a 5.4.8 or 5.4.7 emulator or repack.


Progress
Recently we’ve reached above 2000 commits. Yes you heard right, 2000+. I think, at this point, it shows how serious we are about delivering a proper Mist of Pandaria 5.4.8 repack to you guys by our development team and Emucoach. And the best part is that even when the repack gets released, we’ll still be updating it on a daily basis and Emucoach will have version releases - just like Cataclysm. Our progress has been focused on quite a few things - and this includes opcodes from 5.4.7 to 5.4.8, structure fixing, spell fixing, movement fixing and soon enough - world fixes as well.
Now we’re planning to do something big. And that is to import our Cataclysm content to MOP and start on a fresh. This means that most of our Cataclysm world fixes will be imported to MOP. This includes quest fixes worldwide, creature scripting, creature events and texts, creature emotes, spawns etc - things that the Emucoach team has worked really hard on for Cataclysm (and will continue) that are planned to be included for MOP as well.


ETA: 5.4.8 Mist of Pandaria Repack
I want it now.. Now.. now! We understand you do. We want to release it as much as you want to use it and play on it. We still have to finish the last things (Opcodes, structures and import the Cataclysm content). Emucoach plans giving a specific date shortly in a new update, but I can promise you it’ll be shortly. Eventually a month or even less depending how it goes. That means we could be talking weeks, and up to a month.


New Login System
In our MoP repack we will have a new unique feature. Emucoach login system.

Now what is this login system?
When you first open the mop repack it will ask you to login to your emucoach account. Based on the information you entered, the repack will determine if

1) you have an account at emucoach
2) you are a special rank on emucoach (supporter, vip gold, any rank)
3) if you are banned on emucoach

With this information stored, the repack will determine how it should run. With VIP features, or veteran features for people who have had an account on emucoach for a long time. VIP features has not been decided yet nor has veteran features. We could take suggestions for it though! Maybe some custom scripts can activate.


From the developers

Incase you are interested in the behind the scenes of development, of how things are coded here is a few examples:

Packet System: https://pastebin.com/hBAv8FLH : if you have some knowledge of basic coding you can see how we are doing our opcodes. I won’t go too much into detail, but the way we are handling opcodes is through OOP (object oriented programming), this way we can easily edit opcode structures no matter where they are used by just editing the stand alone packet file, if for example they are wrong. This also helps keep track of amount we updated, and such. Here is a screenshot of our packet folder https://i.imgur.com/SOpKimG.png , some files in this have over 2000 lines of code, and others not complete.

Development Progress: Our development team works on mop every single day. We average about 30 commits a day since the past few weeks. Which helped us reach 2000+ commits in no time at all. Sometimes we work until 6 AM time, just to deliver the best possible experience.


Tl;dr

Well as a summary mop is in some hardcore development. At emucoach we don’t want to release some average repack, but instead be the best and stay the best. A release ETA will come soon, hopefully very soon!! Please respect the amount of hours and sweat that is put into our repacks. We also don’t want to use stock scripts either from the default JadeCore, so after cataclysm content is imported, we will spawn the mop content, and start scripting it too! (This means pve content, like quests, raids, instances etc++) Thank you!


We are open to any suggestions that you guys may have. And ask any questions you may have (as long as they are reasonable!) Artamedes and I are happy to answer any emulation development/programming question too!

Best Regards,
ExO & Artamedes, Emucoach.com
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Mists of Pandaria Repack News

May 24, 2018 - 10:25 PM - by Jack Sparrow
Since the repack vote thread poll closed here

MoP won first place with 51 votes over the other options

So.. MoP has been in development for quite some time now, and some of you guys are probably wondering what's going on with the project?

Going into this, MoP has been in development, pretty much everyday.

MoP is one of the harder version to work on, to be able to work on mop means you need to have a good mindset, and good knowledge if you want to have something worth while.

I personally learned many things while working on this core. I'll make a quick story behind the core. If you don't care for the story, you can skip this part. and just read the progress of the core.

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Starting from last year, on January 28, 2017 I picked up this core, from emucoach, It was the firestorm leak found here https://www.emucoach.com/showthread....ed-on-Jadecore

Before the summer I thought about opening my own repacked version of the core on ac-web showing off my fixes, people there told me that I would just get bored like Junky and Dule did and just give up, well I did not give up even to this day, and still working actively everyday on it.

so obviously the first thing I did with the core was make a repo on git, and start it up. When I first started on this core, it seemed pretty good, spells were working, it felt good to run around in mop, then I realized the horrors of JadeCore, and it's monstrosity of hackfixes, the server crashes, all that horror.. So the next few months after that, were many changes regarding crash fixes, some minor spell fixes, and some hackfix cleanup, and cmake script updates. Finally after this the core became stable and didn't crash within 1 hour of just messing around. Now I will skip ahead a few months, since nothing worth sharing happened during the summer of 2017.


So as you may know, this leak, and pretty much any JadeCore found online, during 2017 did not have any mmaps/pathfinding. So I decided to take on the challenge of adding mmaps, after a while I got the compile to work, only to find what was probably stopping the other devs on jadeCore from implementing them, which was really awkward mob movement. I soon learned this was caused from SMSG_MONSTER_MOVE, and that was the first ever opcode, and I didn't know a ton about opcodes other than they change per each version ever since cataclysm, and you have to be a god to reverse them. So I talked with some friends of why it does this, and they told me SMSG_MONSTER_MOVE wasn't correct to an extent. One of those friends was Quadral. He happened to also be working on the firestorm leak too, and released his core to the public after he couldn't find out how to fix the SMSG_MONSTER_MOVE packet structure. He told me that he even asked the Firestorm Developer if the structure of that opcode was correct, and the firestorm dev replied that it was. Obviously we both didn't believe that so I used the internet, and remembered SkyFire used to be 5.4.7 and they had mmaps at that time, so I took their MovementPacketBuilder files which contained SMSG_MONSTER_MOVE and ported it into jadecore and found that it actually worked for mmaps. and Mmaps was working, so I shared the fix with my friend Quadral at the time and he got motivated that pathfinding was working again, so he started back up on his core privately.

So now core has working pathfinding, hey that's pretty cool. that's something unique a lot of people wont have.

so now lets skip a few more months into December 2017-January 2018

During this time BattlePay was successfully coded which is the ingame shop. I figured out how to code an opcode structure only using unk bits based on the WowPacketParser project on TrinityCore's github https://github.com/TrinityCore/WowPa...toreHandler.cs

after a ton of trial and error, I was able to guess 90% of the structure for the list opcode, and managed to code this for 5.4.7, throughout this whole way I kept thinking to myself, how can I make this easier.. cause the whole process took weeks just for 1 opcode.

so I torrented IDA pro and looked at my wow.exe, didn't know what I was looking at, closed it, looked up youtube videos everynight of how to use IDA, and I learned some of the basic things, which was how to search for stuff, how to press F5 to see pseudocode, and some other things.

Still after that I could not find out how to reverse opcodes.

Then after messing around with IDA a bit more, I was able to find my first opcode structure which was for SMSG_UPDATE_OBJECT, so after studying it for a bit I realized some patterns. and it kind of took off from there.

I then found out about the main opcode part of the client, which was the SpecialJamDispatch, which contained 80% of the opcodes. I first found SMSG_AUTH_RESPONSE was already in my IDB and I saw what was going on, and that it did back trace to the SpecialJamDispatch function so I figured some of this out, although stuff wasn't matching up with opcode decimal from Opcodes.h of the server, at the time I did not know how it was calculated.

So I decided to take on a challenge, update the core to 5.4.8 fully.

I took this on at the end of February 2018, I found online on a forum that someone in 2014 posted a huge dump of opcodes for 5.4.8, it was well documented, it had very useful stuff on it, and it had the Offset that SpecialJamDispatch was using, so I could easily reverse the structures of SMSG opcodes with it, as long as they were in the dispatch function.

Well moving forward a few months, after using IDA so much everyday and learning how stuff was calculated, I made my own program to auto get the structure of any SMSG given the decimal, and it works great.
CMSG was intresting to find how it works, but it's really simple, just decompile the full wow.exe, open in your favorite text editor, search a2, CMSGDECIMAL, go to that function in IDA, jump to xref, and the structure is 1 above that function.

I won't go too much into about the reversing from the client, because it would be a paper that is too long for a repack.. so going on, I saw on emucoach that there was a repack poll around the same
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