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bjabr

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About bjabr

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    10 Year RS Veteran | 5+ Years Java Experience | Upcoming Scripter | California born and raised

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  1. Hi all, I've been using TriBot for about 4 years now, during which I've botted two main accounts to near max combat as well as botting almost every skill across 6-7 accounts. So far, I've yet to receive even a temporary ban, and I thought that I'd share my setup / botting habits / scripts used for everyone in hopes it might help users frustrated with bans avoid them in the future. Note that there's no guarantee any of these guidelines will help prevent bans, either I'm doing it right or am just one lucky bastard. Here's what I've been doing: What OS are you running on? Ubuntu 16.04 LTS What's your TriBot / JDK Setup? JDK v144 64-bit, using strictly Looking Glass with OSBuddy (64-bit for Ubuntu). TriBot Settings? https://imgur.com/YZ6pH72 What times are you generally botting / how long? I usually run scripts overnight, starting around 10pm to around 8-9am PST on average. What scripts do you use to train combat? ExNightmareZone and Tri's AIO Combat. Do you use the break handler? No. Do you play on your accounts legitimately often? Yes, I've always done activities that bots can't handle on almost all of the accounts, mainly quests. I don't know what else to share, so feel free to ask me anything here. Cheers.
  2. Can also confirm Looking Glass is broken for me, all scripts just bug out when using it. Using JDK v112 64-bit and OSBuddy 64-bit. Awesome features especially adding resizable mode, good stuff!
  3. Updated earlier today, rewritten in Kotlin / fixed a couple bugs, enjoy!
  4. Script working great overall but one small bug I found: when cutting normal trees at Varrock West, one time it continuously tried to bank at the Chef's guild despite me not having the reqs. to get in, so it just sat and spam clicked the door. I ran it again and now it banks at Varrock West properly.
  5. Just want to say this is the most impressive script I've ever seen (as a CS graduate / Machine Learning Engineer) and you are a Java God. Please make advanced scripting tutorials.
  6. @Encoded you are entirely correct, especially the second point. Always use third-party clients at your own discretion.
  7. Thanks @Montreal for the Virus Scan. @foebotting @plasmaftw, You need to take into consideration the memory FireFox itself uses, the Java applet loaded directly with nothing extra definitely uses a lot less than FireFox + the Web Applet. @lmfaoown That's fucking unbelievable! 98MB RAM?? What are your computer's specs? Didn't think it could possibly go that low... Edit: Just added some comparisons for Firefox and the official Jagex client on my computer.
  8. Hey guys, So after searching endlessly on github for a solid, bare-bones OSRS reflection client for all platforms (aka a JAR client), I finally decided to take the closest solution and modify it myself into a working, super low resource client. You can download OSLight from my github here: https://github.com/brandonjabr/OSLight/ OSLight vs. The Rest - RAM Usage OSBuddy Comparing OSLight's base RAM usage to that of OSBuddy, OSLight seems to use about 40% that of the latter: FireFox (Web Client) Taking into consideration that just having Firefox w/ one tab open takes 150-250MB on it's own, with the web client on top of that it's not even close: Official Runescape Client Even Jagex's own client seems to have some extra weight: Virus Total Scan (thanks @Montreal): Other User Reports Here's @lmfaoown running OSLight at an unbelievable 98MB RAM... Goals / Future Updates Ultimately my intention for this is to provide a way for players/botters to: 1) Have a super low-resource client for better performance in general when needed. 2) More importantly, I'd like OSLight to be detectable by Tribot to use as a Looking Glass client. As of now it is not. While it currently is useful for the first purpose, there's always room for improvement. Enjoy and let me know what you think!
  9. Thanks guys, I got it to work finally. Turns out I was just parsing the URL incorrectly and getting a corrupted JAR. Works just fine now.
  10. Update: Nvm, figured it out. check out the client I made OSLight https://github.com/brandonjabr/OSLight Hey guys, I've been trying for some time now to make my own barebones client optimized for mac users. I understand in Java how to fetch a gamepack .jar from the OSRS website, but once I have that .jar, how can I make it runnable in a standalone applet? Any help is appreciated, thank you!
  11. Honestly after wanting to push the idea of botting profitably in DMM for so long, ultimately I found that the random nature of DMM, in the sense that you could randomly get killed and reset even in generally safe areas, basically nullified the value of trying to goldfarm DMM unless your really, REALLY time invested and patient. The odds that a bot in a Deadman world runs for 10+ hours and doesn't die once is just too improbable. However if you made the investment and had a small army of bots going at all times, no doubt that at the peak of DMM you would've been making a lot of money. I just didn't have that kind of time, but oh well haha was a fun project anyways. Even if DMM is coming back for seasons I don't have the patience to bot it, I'll let that be someone else's problem lmao
  12. My boy Liam! Glad you saw this so quickly haha. Looking back, I think the node structuring became a tad bit overstretched with how many different little pieces had to fit together with ZERO overlap. But hey we made it work somehow lol, it's a quality script no doubt.
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