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Hi all,

The purpose of this thread is to provide a central hub to convey information about the updates that are currently ongoing to fix Looking Glass in the TRiBot client, as it is currently not functioning. I'll be updating this post as I receive new information from the development team, and we'll also be answering any questions you may have!

Here's the current situation of Looking Glass:

  • OSBuddy support was put on hold a few months ago in favour of RuneLite support. As RuneLite was much more popular, and presumably ran lighter than OSBuddy
  • Java 7 support was removed from the client, also a few months ago. This allows for advanced Java 8 features to be used, but in the process removed Looking Glass support for the official OSRS client.
  • Two weeks ago, RuneLite pushed an update to disallow clients to hook to it. This was solved with Todd's RuneLite launcher
  • Last week, RuneLite pushed an update to (as far as I know) further prevent forks of the client from working. These forked clients were (to my understanding) offering features that broke Jagex's game rules, or did things RuneLite wasn't comfortable with. Such as automatic gear or prayer switching, etc.
    • Inadvertently this update broke our ability to hook to RuneLite as well
  • The developers of TRiBot are at a crossroads as to how to proceed. Now that it is clear that third party clients like RuneLite or OSBuddy can break our ability to hook to them, the most stable option long term looks to be to hook to the official RuneScape client. However, this means re-adding Java 7 support to some degree, which will take some time
  • Currently, the developers are pursuing the solution of hooking to the official client, and are working on re-adding the necessary Java 7 support to allow us to hook to the official client again.

As of May 30th, 2019 this is where development stands, and it is the current status of Looking Glass in TRiBot. In the meantime a workaround for this issue has been discovered by some industrious users. The workaround involves downloading a browser with Java support (such as PaleMoon or WaterFox) and running OSRS in http mode, and not https mode. To do this, ensure the URL of your OSRS game starts with http and not https (if it starts with https, replace it with http). Then launch TRiBot and select Looking Glass to hook TRiBot to the browser. You can see further instructions, and learn more about this find on this thread here:

 

Please feel free to post any questions or concerns you have on this thread, and please monitor this thread for updates as we work on getting Looking Glass back up and running! ?

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3 hours ago, eltotoloco said:

to write the code and test it extensively you might have to give these guys more then that time. there is a fix for now use that in the meanwhile tbh. these guys also have lives to live

that fix is going get all of us fucked ban -_- jagex is going flag any one using the browser u will see i will not risk it -_-

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Hi everyone.
We are attempting a number of approaches.
#1 We are refactoring the LG agent in java 7 so that we can support the official client.
#2 We are attempting to diagnose the current issue with OSBuddy and determine if it's even feasible.
#3.We are looking into other clients like Runestar.

As soon as we make a breakthrough we are going to push a release. Sorry for the downtime. We have no ETA at this time. Please continue to use the work-around in the banner.

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