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  1. It goes slowly, I'm still focused on getting a proper understanding of java so I decided to sign up for a udemy course that Jerminator linked to in his post above. By the end of this month though I'm going to dive in and try making some simple script. I tend to get too caught up in the nitty-gritty details instead of experimenting (which is why I'm still stuck learning java haha). We can definitely try doing this together if you like thought currently I have less knowledge about tribot's api than you. Reach out to me on discord since I'm online there more often.
  2. rspeer's public scripts (from what I've heard) are of questionable quality. I've used naton's scripts the most so I can only vouch for those. Try one (nbf might be the easiest) and maybe you'll have a bit of better luck? Also, change the script settings around (i.e. mouse speed), that tends to help instead of using the default settings.
  3. if it's not the proxy you're using it could be the script you're using, the settings you're using on that script (if many other people vouch for the quality of the script), or it could be you're botting a highly watched skill and got unlucky. I assume you're using a residential IP then? Hardware bans are very hard to come by if they even exist. It's more likely something from the other possibilities I listed or your own home ip is flagged.
  4. appreciate the input! I'll try to stay objective and get through it. The first two tips I'm glad you reminded me of because it's easy to forget coding a script can be done in multiple ways, all equally decent, and reading code is pretty difficult, even when you wrote it yourself.
  5. What Yohojo said. Here's the link to the recommended version (8u181): https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/java-archive-javase8-2177648.html
  6. Thanks for the clarification, I misunderstood/misread that and thought he wanted to make such a progressive script and then solve a potential bug that might occur with such a script
  7. I can't comment on the scripting aspect but this little bit about running a processing script seems odd. The only reason I can think of you wanting to do this is if you're on one of the two ends on the gold farming spectrum. Either you've got very little gold to work with and buy all the supplies you need for the most profitable step in that process of yours, or you're producing so much supply of raw materials that selling it would crash the price. If the first scenario applies to you (broke as hell), all this effort into producing a system of that complexity seems like you're trying to j
  8. I had your intro bookmarked as soon as I started looking into java haha, thanks for taking the time to write it out. The videos are my first step since I'm using them practically and following along with the methods/classes the youtuber makes so I know how things are used together, after that I'll get down to reading yours and other people's written guides while I try to piece together the puzzle that is actual scripting. Thanks for the general tips as well, I'll keep a filter up and develop some thicker skin
  9. I'm coming for all of you, including you and your Progressive crafter that never gets updated
  10. A few other scripters pointed me in that direction as well. I'll alternate between looking at the open source scripts and the API and see how each method and class is utilized
  11. This is my attempt at introducing myself to the scripting community A few months ago I was looking for a specific script but couldn't find a public/premium version of it. Instead of thinking about asking a premium scripter to make a private version for me, I jumped at the idea of making my own thinking "how hard could it be?". So I started learning java off youtube and I've made the small achievement of not giving up even though I have no computer science background. Currently, I'm on video # 36 out of an 87 video tutorial on Java and if I survive the next 49 videos, I'll finally st
  12. Xivia's Woodcutter/Miner/NMZ/Cooker/Agility next plz. Thanks
  13. Learning Java right now so that I can someday do the same thing Good luck
  14. Slayerpower33 Keep it alive and well fed and one day it will take care of you as well
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