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  1. Today I will talk a little about the type of search for the unknown. First, we can use this type of search in cases where we want to find the value of, say, experience, but we do not know it, just a strip and that's it. Click on the GameGuardian icon, select the desired process (for example, Kuboom), and click on the Find Unknown (fuzzy) icon. We are looking for all the values of the type of values we need. For my example, this is Double. Our task is to change the meaning of experience (or something else there). If the value has not changed, then select Has not changed, and any number of cycles (from one to thirty). We will be given all the values that have not changed. If the value has changed, select Changed. We will be given all the values that have changed. If the value has increased, select Increased. We will be given all the values that have increased. If the value has decreased, select Decreased. We will be given all the values that have decreased. If we click on the More button, then we will see a window where we can enter the difference between the old value and the new, that is, by how much it has increased. If we know this, then we enter the difference and find all the values that have increased, for example, by 100.
  2. Basically there is this gun in game that has one shot per minute, so basically you shoot and wait 1 minute, but I have searched many values beginning with 1, even 1.001 and also 60, many more, and yet I still cannot find it, and it isn't like ammo, it just has a timer, so it's a float, I've even tried auto and fuzzy search, but I still not able to find. Could someone please give me a value that could be it?
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