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1 minute ago, WannaBot said:

No one else is having trouble with Looking Glass?
I haven't been able to get Tribot to hook onto my OSbuddy (32-bit) client for the last few days.

Tried uninstalling and reinstalling both Tribot/OSBuddy & tried deleting all cached clients - still no dice :x

Try running this, it should fix the issue: https://github.com/Naton1/Hooks-And-Cache-Deleter/releases/download/v1.0/DeleteHooksAndCache.jar

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Description of the bug (be specific): Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javafx/fxml/Initializable

How often the bug occurs: Everytime I try to run the jar file. I tried using both java 11 & 8 both do NOT work and give the same error

Triggers of the bug (if known): Running the tribot jar file

Java version: 11 & 8 (openjdk version "11.0.5" 2019-10-15) & (openjdk version "1.8.0_232")

Max Heap Size: -

TRiBot client version: 4.0.4

Looking Glass (yes/no): no

Operating System: Ubuntu 18.04

Script Name: -

TRiBot Old-School or RS3: OS

Client Debug: -

Bot Debug: -

Screenshots (if any): -

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On 1/8/2020 at 5:21 PM, Pineapplee said:

Description of the bug (be specific): Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javafx/fxml/Initializable

How often the bug occurs: Everytime I try to run the jar file. I tried using both java 11 & 8 both do NOT work and give the same error

Triggers of the bug (if known): Running the tribot jar file

Java version: 11 & 8 (openjdk version "11.0.5" 2019-10-15) & (openjdk version "1.8.0_232")

Max Heap Size: -

TRiBot client version: 4.0.4

Looking Glass (yes/no): no

Operating System: Ubuntu 18.04

Script Name: -

TRiBot Old-School or RS3: OS

Client Debug: -

Bot Debug: -

Screenshots (if any): -

Uninstall OpenJDK 11 and 8, instead install Oracle JDK 8, That should fix the issue :)

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Description of the bug (be specific): When I open Tribot my VIP status nor do any of my scripts load

How often the bug occurs: Everytime I try to open Tribot.

Triggers of the bug (if known): 

Java version:  8 JDK 1.8.0_241

Max Heap Size: 386

TRiBot client version: 4.0.4

Looking Glass (yes/no): yes (usually)

Operating System: Windows 10

Script Name: -

TRiBot Old-School or RS3: OSRS

Client Debug: -

Bot Debug: -

Screenshots (if any): c2f687ef8c36a95b6fe4e4e768804e85.png

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On 2/19/2020 at 7:26 PM, Bangarangv2 said:

Description of the bug (be specific): When I open Tribot my VIP status nor do any of my scripts load

How often the bug occurs: Everytime I try to open Tribot.

Triggers of the bug (if known): 

Java version:  8 JDK 1.8.0_241

Max Heap Size: 386

TRiBot client version: 4.0.4

Looking Glass (yes/no): yes (usually)

Operating System: Windows 10

Script Name: -

TRiBot Old-School or RS3: OSRS

Client Debug: -

Bot Debug: -

Screenshots (image.thumb.png.28e7a62f65a9a242485b0e50420c34a8.pngif any): c2f687ef8c36a95b6fe4e4e768804e85.png

I am having this same issue, My tribot will load and work for about 30 minutes and then it gives this error and just says loading client params with a black screen. Heres the debug:

I have uninstalled java and deleted anything to do with tribot several times with no luck. 

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8 minutes ago, mstoneman17 said:

I am having this same issue, My tribot will load and work for about 30 minutes and then it gives this error and just says loading client params with a black screen. Heres the debug:

I have uninstalled java and deleted anything to do with tribot several times with no luck. 

Shoot me a message on Discord, I want to see if we can get this figured out 🙂

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Description of the bug (be specific): Unable to use looking glass with 64 or 32bit

How often the bug occurs: Always, only started happening this morning

Triggers of the bug (if known): 

Java version: i've tried both jre1.8.0_201 32 bit and 64bit

Max Heap Size: 384

TRiBot client version: 10.24.1

Looking Glass (yes/no): yes

Operating System: Windows 10 64bit

Script Name: client

TRiBot Old-School or RS3: osrs

Client Debug:

Bot Debug:

Screenshots (if any): image.png.277b24d4c29858c373d1bc36cff85d3d.png

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1 hour ago, smithi176 said:

Description of the bug (be specific): Unable to use looking glass with 64 or 32bit

How often the bug occurs: Always, only started happening this morning

Triggers of the bug (if known): 

Java version: i've tried both jre1.8.0_201 32 bit and 64bit

Max Heap Size: 384

TRiBot client version: 10.24.1

Looking Glass (yes/no): yes

Operating System: Windows 10 64bit

Script Name: client

TRiBot Old-School or RS3: osrs

Client Debug:

Bot Debug:

Screenshots (if any): image.png.277b24d4c29858c373d1bc36cff85d3d.png

U need java jdk not jre to use LG 

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4 hours ago, testing1 said:

Java version: i've tried both jre1.8.0_201 32 bit and 64bit

here u said jre

37 minutes ago, smithi176 said:

I'm using JDK otherwise it wouldnt even attempt to connect - it worked fine yesterday. I uninstalled all my java and just installed 201 JDK but still no luck :( 

open the Temp folder and delete any file ends with .jar and then it will work fine 

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49 minutes ago, testing1 said:

here u said jre

open the Temp folder and delete any file ends with .jar and then it will work fine 

oh sorry so i did - my bad. I tried deleting all the jar files from appdata/local/temp if that's where you meant, but still no luck. Seems it cant detect the client even tho it knows its location

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1 minute ago, smithi176 said:

oh sorry so i did - my bad. I tried deleting all the jar files from appdata/local/temp if that's where you meant, but still no luck. Seems it cant detect the client even tho it knows its location

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did u delete t1-agent files ? ofc close tribot and osbuddy before deleting 

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24 minutes ago, testing1 said:

try follwing my guide and if still that didnt help pm me on discord  

 

Result! thanks dude, looks like i had a hook stuck somewhere. i followed the whole guide but i think running that jar file fixed it. Thank you so much!!!

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15 minutes ago, antran said:

HI,

My looking glass was working absolutely flawless but just yesterday this started to happen...

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Can someone shed some light on how I can fix this?

u didnt screen the bug but here is the solution 

open the Temp folder and delete any file ends with .jar and then it will work fine 

 

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17 minutes ago, Kelmas said:

https://pastebin.com/v9sgpbru

Everything worked, but today morning this problem started...
I reinstalled everyting on VPS, but nothing helps at all..

  Ubuntu-16.04 (Desktop+RDP 64 bit)  

Line 4:

java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: The BROWSE action is not supported on the current platform!

This could be a looking glass issue, or a tribot issue related to ubuntu 16.04, but it's probably more likely that the issue is the script. Have you tried using another script? Linux/mac operating systems can be weird with tribot, so it's possible that the issue you're having is simply due to your current ubuntu version.

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