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How to Default Your OSBuddy Settings [FOR LG]

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OSBuddy may altar things in the Runescape client and will mess up some actions in game if using Looking Glass.

For example, if you have the Jewelry Overlay  enabled, then clicking on some charged items (like a Ring of Dueling) may mess up.

 

Ensure your OSBuddy settings are on default to guarantee Looking Glass running as smoothly as possible :)

 

 

How to default your OSBuddy Settings

  1. Locate your OSBuddy folder
    1. ON WINDOWS: C:/Users/username/OSBuddy
    2. If you can't find it, just locate the folder of where you launch the OSBuddy jar, and navigate one or two levels up.
       
  2. Delete the settings folder
    1. lFK6nfB.gif

 

 

Now when using OSBuddy all of the custom overlay settings should be turned off.
Double check if the Jewelry Overlay is disabled; and if not, disable it manually.

 

 

 

Happy Botting!

Worthy

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