Online Cyberpunk 2077 breach protocol minigame puzzle solver using camera
Online Cyberpunk 2077 hacking minigame solver.
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Cyberpunk 2077 Breach Protocol Solver
Performance boost, bug fixes and hacks for fun for Cyberpunk 2077
Read Cyberpunk 2077 hacking minigame details with a phone camera online
I wrote a script to automatically complete breach protocols!
bleh, still crummy. i'm thinking about making some more changes to force text size. if you're okay with helping me out one last time, could you see how this dev build looks?
for a glimpse at the build process, see the ci script. i'll probably add more to the documentation later on how to run it from source on windows
i can't guarantee a fix for this, but i'll give it a shot. here's the issue if you want to track it
if you don't mind me stealing your thunder, i'll leave my own work here. source: https://gitlab.com/jkchen2/cpah documentation: https://jkchen2.gitlab.io/cpah/
if you're not getting this error, i still think detection at 4k could be off, though for now i've created an issue to track support of a buffer size of 9
i've filed an issue for this if you'd like to keep track of it
looks like there's now some gaining interest in supporting additional languages for detection. i've created an issue if you want to track progress
quick update, the pipeline just released version 0.0.2 which should fix cpah not working with widescreen monitors. feel free to give it a go
quick update, the pipeline just released version 0.0.2 which should fix cpah not working with widescreen monitors. feel free to give it a go, and thanks again for helping me out on this one!
source code available here: https://gitlab.com/jkchen2/cpah
the code that does that specifically can be found here
there is some more interest in supporting additional languages for detection, so you can track the issue here
the screenshot itself is stored entirely in memory and isn't actually written to a file or sent over the network anywhere. the code for taking the screenshot is found here, with subsequent functions processing the screenshot right below it.
yeah, desktop scaling was screwing up the reported screenshotable screen area. i'll be working on a fix for it after work (see the related issue on gitlab)
yup, u/I2eflux discovered this bug playing at 3440x1440 and has graciously provided me with a screenshot to test with. i've filed an issue and am currently fixing the bug