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IceKontroI last won the day on July 13 2019

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About IceKontroI

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  1. This worked perfectly and is a great solution. Why could I not find this information anywhere? I was pulling my hair out for the past couple of days to figure out how to make it work.
  2. @johnyboyyy Did you ever solve this problem? I'm having the same issue.
  3. @cybertruth Any way to get your script running if it depends on an external .jar file or .class files? When tribot client launches after login, it deletes all those files. EDIT: Figured it out. You need to put the .jar files of your external dependencies in a new directory ".tribot/thirdparty" so they can be loaded along with the other tribot dependencies. Maybe you should add this to the original post.
  4. Yeah you guys broke class loading for me. Specifically if I try to put the class files my script depends on in the ".tribot\bin" directory, they just get deleted as the main client launches. If I try to put them anywhere else, they don't get deleted but they are never found there either. Before I had my script files in ".tribot\dependancies\classes\scripts" and my script dependencies in ".tribot\dependancies" and everything worked fine. Also now I can't even go back to the "old way" where I could manually copy-paste in my dependencies into ".tribot\bin" after the client loads. In that case I'd just output my script to ".tribot\bin\scripts" and take the hit of manually copy-pasting in my dependencies each time I started a new client, but I can't even do that. You guys really screwed me here.
  5. What does that mean? What directories do I put the various parts of my script in now?
  6. Before, I could just have my script's dependency be this But now for some reason that file doesn't appear in that location anymore (the whole developer folder is gone) so I need to set the dependency to whatever the most recent TRiBot jar file is. And that means changing it and recompiling all my scripts every time there's a TRiBot update which is a huge pain in the ass. Also before I used to be able to output my scripts to this directory But now when I do that, I can never get into the main client. I can press "Login" on the launcher app, but it never enters the main client. I found that when this happens there is a Java process running indefinitely in the background in my windows task manager view. That process prevents me from deleting the dependencies directory in .tribot (ending that process allows me to delete that directory). I also used to keep all my script dependencies in the following directory But now I have no idea if that's the proper location for them since nothing seems to work. I can't run local scripts at all. Everything used to be fine, but something happened or was changed and now my local scripts won't load. I haven't changed a single thing about my tribot settings, configurations, files, or even scripts since last Thursday. I've been running the same client since last Thursday. I closed it and opened a new client because I saw there was a new tribot update (and also to refresh for the new RS update too) and am now finding these issues. Something must have happened recently that changed the directories around or added new requirements. It's extremely frustrating when something works fine for months and then suddenly breaks and seemingly doesn't have a fix. Everything was great for me until now. What happened?
  7. Did you guys make it impossible to connect to your script via a socket? That part of my script is broken ever since updating to TRiBot 11.
  8. Oh nice, you guys even made it easier to add external dependencies. This makes my life super easy!
  9. If I compile a local script, then run TRiBot 11, it just hangs forever and TRiBot never starts. If I start TRiBot with an empty bin, and then compile the script, it never refreshes the scripts so I can never run it. Is this a common issue?
  10. You can start by sending the $23 to my paypal.
  11. I'm not talking about that one-time issue in the early stage of an account where it can be insta-banned before really doing anything in-game. Of course that's an important consideration but not within the scope of responsibility of the script. I'm talking about the what a script should be doing in order to ensure the longevity of an account.
  12. The script you're using is probably just badly written, or commonly used, or both. I've had 2 accounts running for 12+ hours per day for 3 weeks each botting the same exact thing. No breaks, not switching skills, nothing. No bans at all. This was a private script I developed myself and I focused a lot on humanizing all my actions. Script quality is going to get better going from free scripts to premium ones. Going from free/premium to private scripts is going to be very expensive, but you have exclusivity which is another big factor. Quality of private scripts can be hit or miss though. I always figure it's better to do things yourself if you can. @zeraygun
  13. Thought you typed "looking for anus 07 gold seller", guess I'm in the wrong thread then.
  14. Look into more realistic sleep times. Currently you always sleep for 50 milliseconds between actions, which is a major red flag. Don't add pure randomness to it either, look into using General.randomSD(average, deviation) because it's a random normal distribution and mimics the natural bell curve of human distributions. You should be using small delays between actions of your script too, so between any two method calls that physically interact with the game world (moving the mouse, clicking, typing on the keyboard, rotating the camera) there needs to be some delay. I personally recorded myself performing some tasks in-game then looked at my own delays and modeled some generator functions around that but you could probably get away with just guessing. I hope this was useful, and happy scripting! @will6100
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