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This release will:

  • Fix bytecode manipulation in order to prevent the modification of parameters within the Filter and Condition classes themselves (thanks @wastedbro)
  • Fix NPE caused by non-null value in GE API (thanks @erickho123)
  • Add and fix equals methods for api2007.types (thanks @JoeDezzy1)
  • Modify Mouse#leaveGame to make the mouse leave the game from top, left, right, or bottom (thanks @erickho123)
  • Add Entrana area to Ships API (thanks @erickho123)
  • Fix raid prayers index/settings in Prayer API (thanks @erickho123)

Upcoming updates:

  • Break handler bug fix
  • Improved CLI support
  • Much more

Note: If you are using LG, please restart both the RS client and TRiBot

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1 minute ago, Moleymoles said:

After deleting Cache and restarting PC, scripts had to be redownloaded and had to setup account handler / break handler etc. etc.

I get this... same as before..

 

Any suggestions or do I need to wait on devs?

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I believe Encoded has to reupload the script to the repository, for it to work with the new changes.

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3 minutes ago, jrnb123 said:

Fairly sure world hopping is broken. It will continually click the world you are on and the scroll bar, but never actually hop to anything. 

That may actually be a script issue, if the Script author has implemented their own world hopper. The TRiBot one seems to be working for most people, after the update by Encoded, so the not functioning world hopper might be the script!

What script are you using? ?

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52 minutes ago, Moleymoles said:

After deleting Cache and restarting PC, scripts had to be redownloaded and had to setup account handler / break handler etc. etc.

I get this... same as before..

 

Any suggestions or do I need to wait on devs?

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EncodedSERVER OWNERYesterday at 5:41 PM

 
 
Change all methods which accept Filter and Condition to Predicate and BooleanSupplier, respectively (thanks @wastedbro)
 
 
 
that's responsible for the current down time
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Tribot seems to be moving in a really good direction with all of these improvements. It's making me think of botting again. 

When the licensing model changed I was not positive about it at first. Mainly because I bought quite a few lifetime scripts that I didn't use much but decided on because lifetime seemed the best value for the money. 

However seeing now that with that change a lot of improvement to the overall structure of tribot came i like it. An extra administrator and more developers got added to the client. A lot of improvements to the client got made. And I'm sure many more will follow now. 

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