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for some reason it won't equip my whip after healing, and won't pick whips off the ground.

 

 

It will right click, move left from the box then repeat the process.

 

 

Every other item it picks up fine and these are the only problems I've encountered

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for some reason it won't equip my whip after healing, and won't pick whips off the ground.

 

 

It will right click, move left from the box then repeat the process.

 

 

Every other item it picks up fine and these are the only problems I've encountered

You will have to start with the gear you have normally equipped before starting the script. For picking up whips from the ground make sure you have the id and item name right. I botted abyssal demons myself with guthans and it worked very well.

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Script always freezes/crashes the Tribot client, would rather use an older version because the latest version in the past 2 weeks has been making the client freeze. Please try finding whatever it is, because it makes botting with this script impossible if you have to restart the client every few hours. Also, amazing job on the Bones to peaches, making them do big bones too, however would be sick. Great script bro.

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Script always freezes/crashes the Tribot client, would rather use an older version because the latest version in the past 2 weeks has been making the client freeze. Please try finding whatever it is, because it makes botting with this script impossible if you have to restart the client every few hours. Also, amazing job on the Bones to peaches, making them do big bones too, however would be sick. Great script bro.

 

 

/////: error log

 

 

17:06:57] User Home Path: C:\Users\xxxx\AppData\Local\Temp\

[22:30:41] Error: aq.p() fi.r() y.cx() al.cb() y.cx() y.cx() al.cb() b.au() client.j() bs.pp() | dw:502 dw:347 aq:177 fi:608 y:9080 al:7981 y:8843 y:8833 al:7981 b:3671 client:1255 bs:205 bs:162 java.lang.Thread.run | java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 676

[22:30:42] error_game_crash

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A really lonely place, with my stats i have to bank about each 4:20 hrs, the herbs/stackables, pay for the food + potions, with a little profit, got 99 attack, close to 99 defence at the moment, and will use for 99 str, thanks a lot Genka, this is such an underrated combat script.

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[12:37:12] java.lang.NullPointerException

[12:37:12] at scripts.CombatHelper.CombatHelper.getEquipment(CombatHelper.java:125)

[12:37:12] at scripts.CombatHelper.CombatHelper.run(CombatHelper.java:97)

[12:37:12] at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)

[12:37:12] Script Ended: CombatHelper.W

 

 WHY DONT WORK

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