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Rewie'sRedCrossRemover [Disable Tribots cursor&tracer]


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Always wanted to play on Tribots client legitimately but that hideous red cross cursor and tracer been holding you back?

Look no further.

 

Description:

Disables Tribots cursor and tracer, does absolutely nothing else.

Notes:

The script must be running, you can't run this in the backround.

Disables Tribot anti-ban, login bot works normally.

 

Get it here!

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By the way you can call this method to suspend Tribot's antiban so you don't need to pause it

    @SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
    public static void suspendAntiban() {
        for (Thread thread : Thread.getAllStackTraces().keySet())
            if (thread.getName().contains("Antiban") || thread.getName().contains("Fatigue"))
                thread.suspend();
    }

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23 minutes ago, Naton said:

By the way you can call this method to suspend Tribot's antiban so you don't need to pause it

    @SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
    public static void suspendAntiban() {
        for (Thread thread : Thread.getAllStackTraces().keySet())
            if (thread.getName().contains("Antiban") || thread.getName().contains("Fatigue"))
                thread.suspend();
    }

You are a legend.

 

Updated v1.1:

Disables Tribots built-in antiban.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hey ive been trying to run what @Naton said but for some reason it doesn't work no matter which persons "version" of it I look at. Am I just autismo and dont know where to put it? I am making a script for something afk so when the mouse is zooming all over the place it is annoying :(

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1 minute ago, monkaSman said:

Hey ive been trying to run what @Naton said but for some reason it doesn't work no matter which persons "version" of it I look at. Am I just autismo and dont know where to put it? I am making a script for something afk so when the mouse is zooming all over the place it is annoying :(

All you have to do is copy and paste the method I posted, and then call the method in the beginning of your script. What is going wrong with it for you?

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Just now, Naton said:

All you have to do is copy and paste the method I posted, and then call the method in the beginning of your script. What is going wrong with it for you?

It just doesnt seem to suspend the anti ban on tribot...my script works and all is well but ill call leaveGame() and a few seconds later the mouse moves back onto the screen and moves around.

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