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  1. Its not a tree framework, tho it does not use priority. By using a LIFO structure like a stack, you can push a new task/action to your stack at any given time, which has to be executed first. Since Stack.peek returns the newest entry to the stack.
  2. You could store your tasks, or actions how i like to call them, in a LIFO structure, like a stack. public class Task { private Stack<InteractableAction> actionStack = new Stack<>(); private Goal goal; public Task(InteractableAction baseAction, Goal goal){ actionStack.push(baseAction); this.goal = goal; } public boolean completed(){ return goal.completed(); } public void execute(){ InteractableAction currentAction = actionStack.peek(); if(currentAction == null) return; if(!currentAct
  3. Exshopper this is the first script i ever bought on tribot, it made me thousands of dollars on a single account, best $10 i ever spent. Cheers @erickho123
  4. I would like to see a more professional approach towards the blog posts in regards to styling and content. The current blog posts look like they've been typed as fast as possible, and aren't appealing to read at all. Take a look at threads from @YoHoJo for reference as to what your posts could look like. Same goes for this thread, im sorry but its just terrible...
  5. thats called customer support
  6. you could just add an argument for people to use their own key tho
  7. I want to suggest that all broken things are released as opensource projects, so they can be fixed a lot faster. There are plenty of issues, which are still, even with the new dev team, taking way to long to be fixed. for instance the worldhopper, it has been broken for months already, when hopping to high worlds. Which results in people making their own methods. If someone has a well written fix for a problem, i dont see why it wouldn't be a good addition to this client. Ofcourse you would be exposing some parts of the source of methods to the public, but im certain this would help
  8. ofcourse thats a high amount for scripters on this forum, but for application development in general, $70-100/hr is actually extremely normal. during my internship at a software company, they charged customers EUR 130 per hour for our work aswell. The amount of money you make per hour when working for a company is not what i meant, its the amount of money the customer pays.
  9. yeah that would be a pretty generous dev. seeing as $70-100/hour is a pretty normal rate, it would easily run into the thousands.
  10. Might be so, though theres a correlation between new users and accounts getting "hacked by tribot", longer time users will realise that making those claims is absolutely ridiculous. This platform makes plenty of money on a monthly bases, stealing your 10m wont change anything. Just because tribot is the latest program you have downloaded and used for runescape lately, doesn't mean its the reason for your hack. You have probably been phished through an other way (possibly even weeks ago).
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    public abstract class Node { public abstract boolean isValid(); public abstract void execute(); } public class Bank extends Node { @Override public boolean isValid() { return false; } @Override public void execute() { } } public class Fish extends Node { @Override public boolean isValid() { return false; } @Override public void execute() { } } public class Walk extends Node { @Override public boolean isValid() { return false; } @Override public void execute() { } } public class
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