The pass for the archived files is the site's url:

To join split rar files, use hjsplit. This is the link.

Replay Seeker with Simple Camera

Authors: Danat & DonTomaso
*You can change the speed of the replay from 1/32x to 31x or make it run "as fast as possible".
*You can specify the position in the replay that you want to reach, and ReplaySeeker will quickly fast-forward replay to that position, pausing the replay when done and playing a sound (to notify you). Note that this works while Warcraft is minimized, which allows you to do something else during the process.
*Rewinding is supported but by restarting the replay and then fast-forwarding to the specified position, so it's not an actual rewind. You can always check whether the replay will be restarted or not by looking at the "sync solution" field.

Just extract the files to your specified folder.
To use the plugin you need to copy the .dll file to the Plugins folder of the ReplaySeeker.
To run the tool .NET Framework 2.0 is needed. Just run the dotnetfx.exe in the .rar in administration mode if the said application is not installed.

- if ReplaySeeker1.1 doesnt detect replays but previous versions do, then change the value specified in the ProcessName property inside "repseek.cfg" file to the name of the Warcraft process that you see in the Windows Task Manager when Warcraft is running. Most likely you would change "war3" to "War3" (idk why it differs on some computers). This is fixed for later versions though (>= 1.1b). 

Simple Camera

You have to open the SimpleCamera window (double click the SimpleCamera text in ReplaySeeker), and press the Activate-button for it to start.

All settings, hotkeys and bookmarks will be saved when you close the plugin/ReplaySeeker.

Move keys will behave just like the arrow keys does ingame, except that these are smoother. The rotate keys work the same, but you can rotate 360 degrees.

Toggle follow works almost as "Auto Camera" ingame. First, select a unit then press the hotkey. The camera will begin to follow the unit, you can at this point rotate/zoom around the unit however you want. If you press the Lock facing hotkey when the camera follows a unit, it will begin to look in the same direction as the unit does.

When activating First Person mode, the mouse will lock in place and you begin controlling the camera with it instead. The controls will work as if it were a first person shooter.





Note: If you need some more info, just comment about it. Thanks!

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