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Clickable07.click method randomness

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TL;DR: How do the randomness and offset parameters in the Clickable07.click method (https://tribot.org/doc/org/tribot/api/interfaces/Clickable07.html#click-java.util.function.Predicate-java.awt.Point-java.awt.Point-) work and is it the correct method to use?

 

I'm having trouble understanding the Clickable07.click(Predicate<RSMenuNode> filter, Point randomness, Point offset) method. (https://tribot.org/doc/org/tribot/api/interfaces/Clickable07.html#click-java.util.function.Predicate-java.awt.Point-java.awt.Point-)

Specifically I don't understand the the randomness and offset parameters.

 

1. In the description for randomness it says from 0 to p.x/y - I'm guessing p is the randomness parameter, is that correct?

2. From 0 -  is it mouse position (0,0) or is it (0,0) in the possible coordinates that the mouse could click while still hitting the target?

3. What happens if the offset is higher than the max value for x or y?

4. Does the offset affect both x and y?

5. Can high randomness cause you to click a point that's outside the target you're trying to hit, or is it still bound to some min/max x and y?

6. If there is a min/max x and y value for this particular target, is there some way get those values? So that you can maybe input reasonable randomness and offset values based on them.

Parameters:
filter - The menu node accepted by this filter will be clicked.
randomness - Additional randomness (from 0 to p.x/y) to add to the point clicking. Use 'null' for no randomness.
offset - An offset to add to the point clicking. Use 'null' for no offset.

 

 

Should I be thinking about these parameters at all or is the base Clickable07.click(Predicate<RSMenuNode> filter) enough?

So far I've been using the Mouse.clickBox(Rectangle box, int button) since it's pretty straightforward how it works, is that a viable alternative?

I've seen somewhere on these forums people saying that you should always be using the Clicking class or the Clickable interface methods.

 

I know these are a lot of questions. Thank you for reading this and I appreciate any responses.

 

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Just now, Red_Spark said:

Use Clicking class, it does all the randomness for you in a human like pattern

Pretty much this, Clicking#click will choose a human clicking point on the object/npc/player and use that, it does all the hard work for you behind the scenes.

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11 hours ago, Red_Spark said:

Use Clicking class, it does all the randomness for you in a human like pattern

 

11 hours ago, Netami said:

Pretty much this, Clicking#click will choose a human clicking point on the object/npc/player and use that, it does all the hard work for you behind the scenes.

Thanks for the responses, I'll do that.

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