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  1. This is scripting help, not Skid Chiding. This hasn't worked for months. You might have some luck suspending threads though that's where I had the most success when I was working on this problem.
  2. Can confirm just tried without allah and it worked perfectly.
  3. If you get paid in BTC there is no way to charge back even if you open a dispute with your bank.
  4. return Banking.withdraw(General.random(26, 99), "Pure essence"); I've been doing this for months.
  5. What I was trying to do is blocked by the security manager. This isn't what I was trying to do.
  6. It wasn't working for me yesterday. Also I tried writing my own method for it but even though I disabled the pinbot with setPinBotState(false); it would continue to activate.
  7. https://tribot.org/repository/ and click purchase.
  8. After you extract it just do java.exe -jar tribot.exe.
  9. I'd rather not.
  10. In your tribot folder there's a file called accounts.dat in the settings folder I am pretty sure if you delete that it will reset the password. If that fails you can just delete the whole .tribot folder. The tribot folder can be found in %appdata%.
  11. The instance I have it used in it makes more sense to have it this way. I generate a lot of these with constant values in some of my scripts so it doesn't make sense to have to re-evaluate them every time I want the value of an int.
  12. Eclipse is more easily configured than netbeans. Try eclipse. https://tribot.org/forums/topic/8986-video-tutorial-how-to-setup-a-script-in-eclipse-that-works-with-tribot/
  13. 1) Snipplets: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/36165-snippetchecking-if-another-player-is-moving/ https://tribot.org/forums/topic/38079-trading-api/ https://tribot.org/forums/topic/38306-particle-example/ https://tribot.org/forums/topic/41915-money-object/ 2) Tutorials: NA 3) Randoms/updates submitted: NA 4) Scripts available to the public: src Chicken Killer src NMZ Assistant src Drop party marker 5) Short biography / Coding Experience: I've been coding for a very long time, but I have no formal education on the subject so everything I've done is via trial, error, and stackoverflow. 6) Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: I release all the code that belongs to me and plan to continue to do that. 7) What you plan to provide the community with: Everything that I feel like I can provide with out violating the trust and privacy of the people I write scripts for. As well as detailed and cohesive bug reports and support when I actually have input to give. 8) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? Yes EDIT: missing SRC files. http://pastebin.com/YbfqbqSE
  14. Money data type for handling and formatting currency. package scripts.lib.dataType;import java.text.DecimalFormat;public class Money { private double value; private double rawValue; private String suffix; public Money(String input) { this.rawValue = Double.parseDouble(input); parseMoney(); } public Money(double input) { this.rawValue = input; parseMoney(); } private void parseMoney() { if (rawValue > 1000000) { value = (double) Math.round(rawValue / 100000) / 10; suffix = "m"; } else if (rawValue > 1000) { value = (double) Math.round(rawValue / 100) / 10; suffix = "k"; } else { value = (double) Math.round(rawValue * 10) / 10; suffix = ""; } } @Override public String toString() { DecimalFormat formatter = new DecimalFormat("#,###.#"); String outValue = formatter.format(this.value); return outValue + this.suffix; } public String longForm() { DecimalFormat formatter = new DecimalFormat("#,###.#"); String outValue = formatter.format(this.rawValue); return outValue; }}Usage: int oneMillionAndOne = 1000001;System.out.prinln(new Money(oneMillionAndOne)+"");