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We are officially switching to Java 8 only. That is, you must have at at least Java 8 in order to run TRiBot.

 

Java 8 was publicly released over a year ago, and Oracle Java 7 has recently reached its end of life. It's time to move on. Java 8 has many features that were previously not available to TRiBot to maintain compatibility with Java 7. In switching to Java 8 only, we are now able to use those features.

 

If you haven't done so already, please upgrade to Java 8. Do can do so by downloading and installing the most recent Java version here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html.

 

On a side note: The long occurring "misclick" bug with the Human Mouse has been fixed.

 

Thanks,

TRiLeZ

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I currently have Java 8 only installed, and tribot login loader has that version selected. But still says when it goes to run tribot i do not have java 8. I had to switch to console & development mode to run tribot.

 

Slight bug. It's fixed now.

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After getting the new tribot loader, 3.012, the client no longer pops up. I click on the tribot3.012.exe in on my desktop, but no client comes up. Any ideas on how to fix? deleted old and downloaded latest version of java already.

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Doesnt work scripts. when i start script only its log shows up but some strange messages are running down the client.

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Post them.

 

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Is 8u40 supported or should I stick with 8u31?

How can i Upload picture here? :-/

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How can i Upload picture here? :-/

I'd recommend downloading Gyazo here: https://gyazo.com/

When you open it, you select a part of your screen you want to capture, then the app will automatically upload it online and give you a URL of where to find it.

 

Or if you have a PC, use the built in "Snipping Tool." Just click on the windows icon at the bottom and start typing "snipping" and it should pop up.

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I'd recommend downloading Gyazo here: https://gyazo.com/

When you open it, you select a part of your screen you want to capture, then the app will automatically upload it online and give you a URL of where to find it.

 

Or if you have a PC, use the built in "Snipping Tool." Just click on the windows icon at the bottom and start typing "snipping" and it should pop up.

 

I will just post link, cuz its not allowing me to make picture... http://gyazo.com/3076f62657422d2ac3b9d9408e456d94

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Delete %APPDATA%\.tribot\settings\hooks.dat.

Im using Mac, could you please tell me how handle it on mac? :(

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