I just tested with my new experimental feature for Med (Linux Memory Editor) on Sea Dogs, i.e. Custom Scan.
Sea Dogs is very difficult to do memory editing, as the values are stored in string. Luckily someone wrote a superb guide on how to do memory editing, which can be found here.
But the problem is that, the guide is written for CE (Cheat Engine). Unfortunately, CE is for either Windows or Mac. And to cheat in Sea Dogs, need to use “Group Search” feature of CE. WTF is Group Search?
s:'6', w:87, s:'5', w:31, s:'5', w:151, s:'6', w:31, s:'7', w:159, s:'7', w:199, s:'6'
The current code in Med uses block alignment 8, which cannot be changed, since I am doing experiment. Different from CE, I use comma separation instead of space separation. The
s is string, follows by single quotes,
w is wildcard. So far I only wrote the code for
w. Nothing else.
Yeah! Now I can play the protagonist as superman.