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Hi, So I've been wanting to create my own mod menu but not sure where to start or what I need e.g programs etc. I don't have coding experience, just want to know basic information or help to get started.

I would like to make a Call of Duty Menu, preferably MW2 and Xbox 360
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You can't just make a Mw2 Menu without coding experience it takes time not just an hour if you think that's what it takes.
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Roly wroteYou can't just make a Mw2 Menu without coding experience it takes time not just an hour if you think that's what it takes.


I know it won't take an hour, I'll learn it for a while.
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a good start would be finding a mod menu source code. you can google this to find one.

you will need visual basics 2010.

open it up and read through it and try to understand what it is doing and compare it to what you see when you run the menu. this should help you analyse what is coded and how it works

Droseum20 did a video about 4/5 years ago explaining the basics and he also put DL links in the description.

i would say you could understand it and edit it within a few days, but creating an original menu will take a while.

I have been doing this for about 10 years now, feel free to PM me and i am happy to help
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Ok thanks, I'm watching MODDEDWARFARE's Jtag coding series and I installed visual studio 2017 but he used 2013. Does it make a difference for what Year you have?
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different frameworks and options, personally i prefer the 2010 version, it's much nicer IMO
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MrTQRNapart wroteOk thanks, I'm watching MODDEDWARFARE's Jtag coding series and I installed visual studio 2017 but he used 2013. Does it make a difference for what Year you have?


I can help you as well if you need it. Personally I've found 2010 is the superior version as it doesn't have all the errors that 2013 comes with.
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coolbunny1234 wrote
MrTQRNapart wroteOk thanks, I'm watching MODDEDWARFARE's Jtag coding series and I installed visual studio 2017 but he used 2013. Does it make a difference for what Year you have?


I can help you as well if you need it. Personally I've found 2010 is the superior version as it doesn't have all the errors that 2013 comes with.


Ok cheers, I mean what help would you offer or should I try on my own first?
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MrTQRNapart wrote
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MrTQRNapart wroteOk thanks, I'm watching MODDEDWARFARE's Jtag coding series and I installed visual studio 2017 but he used 2013. Does it make a difference for what Year you have?


I can help you as well if you need it. Personally I've found 2010 is the superior version as it doesn't have all the errors that 2013 comes with.


Ok cheers, I mean what help would you offer or should I try on my own first?


Any help that you need I'm more than happy to assist you. I'd recommend seeing what you can do on your own, and when you get stuck, reach out for help. As mentioned above, the best way to learn is to parse through the released source codes of menus available, and to then see what you understand and what you don't.
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