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    Programmer and Mechatronics student at my University. Going to graduate school soon for computer science/robotics. I enjoy wrestling, swimming, football and working out.

    I'm very social but I always hustle hard before I play.

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  1. Please post concerns, errors, feedback, or other issues. I will address them as soon as possible.
  2. Same... it doesn't work for local scripts
  3. Yes this works, if you don't care about local scripts. I can't run any of my own with this method.
  4. How the hell am I supposed to run local scripts if the bin folder is deleted every time I re-download and use the loader...
  5. I am starting to get this error as well. It's requiring me to delete .tribot folder in \AppData\ and reinstall any time I want to use it... Never experienced it before.
  6. asxDropMaster FREE Version - 1.0 Performs random horizontal/vertical fast mousekey auto-drop routine upon full inventory. Script can be left running in the background during user game play. Notes: Ends upon logout. Idles using 1 second recurring sleep cycle. https://tribot.org/repository/script/id/1327-asxdropmaster/
  7. Inventory.getAll().length > 0 A brute force way to check if anything is even in your inventory. Use that to decide when you want to bank? I don't really understand the requirements or even what you're trying to accomplish.
  8. Just so we're clear, I am not blaming the API. Never said it was wrong either. I was suggesting that some ambiguities be addressed or made aware at the least to allow learning individuals to write scripts the correct way and prevent their time from being wasted. For instance, I literally just learned about filtering, though it seems a bit dated, from https://tribot.org/forums/topic/16664-how-to-use-filters-and-filter-groups/ Had Flamo353 not brought it to my attention, I would be still clueless and be attempting to make use of the ridiculously slow unfiltered methods.
  9. @Flamo353 @Assume Thanks for the feedback I suppose... If there are "better" methods to use in the API, then the methods I utilized should be excluded overall and denoted as depreciated. Seems like a few things need to be taken care of first to allow starters with this tribot API to not get off on the wrong foot, as I clearly have.
  10. @Final Calibur Excellent! Thank you very much.
  11. Good question... I am still wondering myself. lol. So far, restarting the Tribot application is what has been working. I bumped my heap size to 512mb too
  12. lmfaoown and Worthy, I have bumped my heap size from 386mb to 512mb This is news to me with the Tribot loader. How can this be done?
  13. Could someone explain how this could be? With it being a heap error, it's probably something simple I've maybe overlooked or am not thinking of at the current moment. My error: [00:11:58] Script Started: lootTest[00:15:08] java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space[00:15:08] at java.util.ArrayList.<int> (ArrayList.java:152)[00:15:08] at org.tribot.api2007.types.RSModel.getHumanHoverPoint(cg:953)[00:15:08] at org.tribot.api.DynamicClicking$14.ret(sk:1283)[00:15:08] at org.tribot.api.DynamicClicking$14 ret(sk:170)[00:15:08] at obf.tl.l(rf:22)[00:15:08] at org.tribot.api.input.DynamicMouse.move(im:179)[00:15:08] at org.tribot.api.DynamicClicking.clickRSModel(sk:1004)[00:15:08] at org.tribot.api.DynamicClicking.clickRSGroundItem(sk:551)[00:15:08] at scripts.helper.clickLoot(helper.java:223)[00:15:08] at scripts.helper.main(helper.java:62)[00:15:08] at scripts.mainClass.run(mainClass.java:23)[00:15:08] at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:745)[00:15:10] Script Ended: lootTestCode: private static RSGroundItem[] foundLoot = {};public static boolean findLoot(final int[] ids) { foundLoot = GroundItems.findNearest(ids); return foundLoot.length > 0;}public static void clickLoot() { if(!foundLoot[0].isOnScreen()) { WebWalking.walkTo(foundLoot[0].getPosition()); } DynamicClicking.clickRSGroundItem(foundLoot[0],3); Timing.waitChooseOption("Take " + foundLoot[0].getDefinition().getName(), 2000);}
  14. Very enlightening, @daxmagex Thank you! It performs nearly identical to what I've shared.
  15. I thought that as well but was getting different results. I wouldn't be here tackling this if my experience was as you suggested.