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Is it a bug ?

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1.jpg.b577594abc84e16c7291632db391c0e5.jpg

 

Alter to graph. Same line different jumps.

 

2.jpg.a4600f49a0be29b76eeb46ef9a3eb8da.jpg

 

Should I open an issue ? 

 

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mrexodia

What exactly is the problem?

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Hero

While in graph view, pressing F5 (refresh) should fix the problem.

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7 hours ago, mrexodia said:

What exactly is the problem?

No problem, mrexodia. Just wondering if it maybe a case to issue.

btw amazing job with x64dbg, this tool is neat. :)

3 hours ago, Hero said:

While in graph view, pressing F5 (refresh) should fix the problem.

Thanks for the tip! :)

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On 8/25/2017 at 5:48 PM, opc0d3 said:

No problem, mrexodia. Just wondering if it maybe a case to issue.

Yes, could you explain in more detail what you think is the issue? I see two arrows leaving the basic block (green for jump taken, red for jump not taken), but that looks correct to me...

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On 8/30/2017 at 9:05 AM, mrexodia said:

Yes, could you explain in more detail what you think is the issue? I see two arrows leaving the basic block (green for jump taken, red for jump not taken), but that looks correct to me...

In the first image there is a JNE (flag ZF=0) and in the second image it is showing the JE (flag ZF=1), I was wondering why it changes the jump.

Can I take this opportunity to ask about x64dbg Patches ?
Before patch a program it runs normal w/o admin rights, but after patch it asks for admin privileges. How could I change it ? 

Thanks for your time!

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mrexodia

@opc0d3 There is no change to the jump?

As for admin rights, this shouldn't happen (x64dbg does nothing to change this), but it could if your file is called 'launcher' or 'setup' or 'install'

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On 9/2/2017 at 9:07 AM, mrexodia said:

@opc0d3 There is no change to the jump?

As for admin rights, this shouldn't happen (x64dbg does nothing to change this), but it could if your file is called 'launcher' or 'setup' or 'install'

The jump goes to the right place . I was asking because I was statically analyzing a program made by myself and I was wondering why was JE since accordingly to my code should be JNE. I only realized thatthe jump was right after going to CPU tab, but now I see that F5 fix this, after pressing it the JE changes to JNE.

My filename it's normal nothing like as you mentioned.  Well, seems to be one time only thing...

Thanks for your time! :)

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mrexodia

Oh lol, I totally missed the difference between je and jne :D but glad to hear it's solved!

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sstrato


In the last photo (3769) you can not detach the tabs.

possible error in these changes.

src/gui/Src/Gui/TabWidget.cpp

 // Convert a tab to an external window
-void MHTabWidget::DetachTab(int index, QPoint & dropPoint)
+void MHTabWidget::DetachTab(int index, const QPoint & dropPoint)
 

 
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ class MHTabWidget: public QTabWidget
 
public slots:
void AttachTab(QWidget* parent);
- void DetachTab(int index, QPoint &);

+ void DetachTab(int index, const QPoint &);

 

const statement.

 

Edited by sstrato (see edit history)

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sstrato

solved.

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