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  1. I think many users would prefer official IRC over shoutbox.
  2. You probably have already noticed that Jagex has stepped it up with their bot detection. All major bot clients are being detected and their users usually can't get away without ban for more than a week. I've spoke to few people who own private bots, and thing that surprised me is that none of them have ever been banned. I looked for differences between one of the private bots and TRiBot and only big difference was the amount of random events you get which means... Jagex is using random event solvers to detect TRiBot (and all other major bot clients) Let me explain, scripts aren't fully dynamic, no matter what script you use it's gonna have similarities between the users. That's why very popular scripts (for example Sigma's Merch) are getting detected rapidly after Jagex figures out the pattern of the script. Random solvers is the biggest flaw for all bot clients, because Every bot client uses same random solver for all users How does Jagex use that to detect bots? Simple, once you get your first few random events, it automatically checks for certain patterns (they known patterns of most random solvers), if pattern matches, your account get flagged and you get increased amount of random events which are used to first - to figure out your bot client, second - to check if patterns of all random events match that bot client and if they do you get banned. This process might take up to few days, they want to be completely sure that you are actually botting. So what should we do to avoid this? We need a public repository for random solvers Allows scripters to create their random solvers and users to pick which ones they prefer. This would give possibility for premium or private random solvers to completely eliminate this type of bot detection. So far easiest solution. Either way, something needs to be done about this to keep TRiBot alive.
  3. Why not just use HashMap? Map<Integer, Long> checkpoints = new HashMap<Integer, Long>();Whenever you have mined an ore: checkpoints.put(Game.getCurrentWorld(), System.currentTimeMillis());To get available world: public int getAvailableWorld() { for (int world : checkpoints.keySet()) { if (System.currentTimeMillis() - checkpoints.get(world) >= 900000) { return world; } } return -1;}If that returns -1, hop to random world which hasn't been added to the map yet.
  4. Some things are still unclear, for example USE_CLOSEST tracker. In this thread you mentioned that you should use second closest if true is returned, though in documentation it tells us otherwise: "Gets the next boolean value. True to perform the action in question; false to not." By the way, are trackers completely random or are you taking in-game factors into account?
  5. I've made an account 4 days ago and started botting Fishing. Today I came home from school to find out that my account has disappear. It doens't appear on highscores, I can't access it from game/account managment (incorrect username), the only thing I was able to do is to recover password via email, and this is the message I got in the mail: Has this ever happened to anyone else? Another account of mine was banned for botting ~12 hours ago, it's probably somehow related. Thoughts?
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