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Broken randoms (4 total)

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Maze - Does NOTHING.

Molly - Does NOTHING.

Mourdaut - Complete random, when it is time to leave it does not attempt to find door. [02:05:23] Mordaut: We have completed the exam. The door ID is: 2192 But doesnt search for it.

Freaky forester - Completes random but right clicks instead of left clicks the portal.

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Funny thing is all of the randoms used to work (just id changes..) lmao w/e though stopped using tribot

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ID's change weekly, we're working on implementations that would not require ID's to avoid those "previously solved" randoms from breaking ever again. Bear with us, we're always working on them even though you might not think so :)

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ID's change weekly, we're working on implementations that would not require ID's to avoid those "previously solved" randoms from breaking ever again. Bear with us, we're always working on them even though you might not think so :)

I would love to volunteer to help convert the randoms to not be susceptible to ID changes or text changes.

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Honestly, how much effort does it take to fix the IDs temporarily, and then start working on a long-term fix afterwards?

With half of the randoms broken it's pretty much impossible to bot without babysitting, which completely defeats the purpose of botting.

 

I would understand if there was a massive overhaul required, that would take hundreds of hours to fix.. but most of the issues seem to be a wrong ID. Hell, the Freaky Forrester random was already broken for like a week before the Runescape update earlier this week, and it still has the same exact issue (Doesn't leave portal).

 

Regardless of how you spin it, we're paying for a product that we expect to work. I completely understand that updating the client takes time, but the amount of time it's taking to fix what appears to be a simple issue is ridiculous.

 

I've been botting for years and rarely complain, let alone about randoms not working, but it's infuriating to not be able to bot properly for over a week, when the problem is very fix-able. The kicker is that I just checked the forums of another '07 bot (Which I won't name), and they appear to have fixed these randoms already. Let's just say I can't be the only one upset at this situation, and I can't be the only one thinking about alternatives to Tribot.

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Honestly, how much effort does it take to fix the IDs temporarily, and then start working on a long-term fix afterwards?

With half of the randoms broken it's pretty much impossible to bot without babysitting, which completely defeats the purpose of botting.

 

I would understand if there was a massive overhaul required, that would take hundreds of hours to fix.. but most of the issues seem to be a wrong ID. Hell, the Freaky Forrester random was already broken for like a week before the Runescape update earlier this week, and it still has the same exact issue (Doesn't leave portal).

 

Regardless of how you spin it, we're paying for a product that we expect to work. I completely understand that updating the client takes time, but the amount of time it's taking to fix what appears to be a simple issue is ridiculous.

 

I've been botting for years and rarely complain, let alone about randoms not working, but it's infuriating to not be able to bot properly for over a week, when the problem is very fix-able. The kicker is that I just checked the forums of another '07 bot (Which I won't name), and they appear to have fixed these randoms already. Let's just say I can't be the only one upset at this situation, and I can't be the only one thinking about alternatives to Tribot.

 

 

It's rare I even bother to post on this forum but after seeing this, I have to quote and totally agree, couldn't have said it better myself, tribot's random support is nothing sort of a joke and what makes it worse is the competition out there handles randoms literally 10x better, it is a night and day comparison and a very sad sight to see as I have so much money invested in premium script auths on this client and I can barely run them afk because every week it's just the same old story.

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Honestly, how much effort does it take to fix the IDs temporarily, and then start working on a long-term fix afterwards?

With half of the randoms broken it's pretty much impossible to bot without babysitting, which completely defeats the purpose of botting.

 

I would understand if there was a massive overhaul required, that would take hundreds of hours to fix.. but most of the issues seem to be a wrong ID. Hell, the Freaky Forrester random was already broken for like a week before the Runescape update earlier this week, and it still has the same exact issue (Doesn't leave portal).

 

Regardless of how you spin it, we're paying for a product that we expect to work. I completely understand that updating the client takes time, but the amount of time it's taking to fix what appears to be a simple issue is ridiculous.

 

I've been botting for years and rarely complain, let alone about randoms not working, but it's infuriating to not be able to bot properly for over a week, when the problem is very fix-able. The kicker is that I just checked the forums of another '07 bot (Which I won't name), and they appear to have fixed these randoms already. Let's just say I can't be the only one upset at this situation, and I can't be the only one thinking about alternatives to Tribot.

 

Someone promote this man to a Mod. He speaks what is on everyone's mind and there's nothing more to add to what he said, because that's exactly how I feel as well.

 

We are paying monthly for a working bot, yet you guys don't want to put in the work? If you guys are planning on doing a "one time" fix, then why not make this bot a "one time" payment? If we are paying continuously, then we expect this bot to be worked on continuously as well.

I see no point in botting when I have to sit at my computer and solve every random that comes up, considering randoms pop up every 5 minutes. What exactly am I paying for then? I have never complained either, and I've been botting for many years and have never had this issue with randoms. I understand taking a few days to get a fix and everything... but for a month straight of unsolvable randoms over a simple ID? It's really not that hard to get in a random... I myself get randoms every 5 minutes.

 

Definitely not happy with the support here and the time it takes to get things done when we are paying for a bot that doesn't work. What could have taken me about a week of botting has taken me well over a month because this bot can't support over 30 minutes without being babysat.

 

Please take your customers into consideration when running a client-based business. 

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Honestly, how much effort does it take to fix the IDs temporarily, and then start working on a long-term fix afterwards?

With half of the randoms broken it's pretty much impossible to bot without babysitting, which completely defeats the purpose of botting.

 

I would understand if there was a massive overhaul required, that would take hundreds of hours to fix.. but most of the issues seem to be a wrong ID. Hell, the Freaky Forrester random was already broken for like a week before the Runescape update earlier this week, and it still has the same exact issue (Doesn't leave portal).

 

Regardless of how you spin it, we're paying for a product that we expect to work. I completely understand that updating the client takes time, but the amount of time it's taking to fix what appears to be a simple issue is ridiculous.

 

I've been botting for years and rarely complain, let alone about randoms not working, but it's infuriating to not be able to bot properly for over a week, when the problem is very fix-able. The kicker is that I just checked the forums of another '07 bot (Which I won't name), and they appear to have fixed these randoms already. Let's just say I can't be the only one upset at this situation, and I can't be the only one thinking about alternatives to Tribot.

Completely Agree.

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