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  1. I don't think you would want to use sleep mode with tribot. As far as I'm aware, sleep mode will disconnect anything using the internet, and do so until you take it out of sleep mode. If you have any accounts running, they'd get disconnected. Any open tribot clients would probably have to be restarted as well, because after some amount of time of internet disconnection the clients become invalid, and you'll be unable to start scripts
  2. People always say this, but every ISP i've ever seen favors giving you back the same IP when you reconnect, and most also have a lease time of 24-74hrs, that auto renews if you're connected at any point in the tail end of the lease(somewhere between 33-50% time remaining on the lease). For most people I don't think it's as simple as power cycling their modem. It's more like "Disconnect your internet, leave it disconnected for long enough(24-72 hours?) for the lease to expire, hope your IP is taken from the pool and used elsewhere so it doesn't reassign you the same one"
  3. No, you wouldn't get banned for pretending to act like a bot. Because your mouse interactions would appear to be a human who is just playing stupidly. You couldn't mimic how the tribot mouse moves if you tried, just how tribot can't properly mimic a human no matter how hard it may try. Not to mention, you playing 'like a bot' would be your unique mouse movements, separate from everyone else. Tl;dr there's a myriad of ways that can distinguish a player from a bot, because anti-ban features are just 'human-like', and they're hardly that. They try to be human, but it's near impossible to get a computer to act completely 'human'. You can bot successfully but you need to find what works for you. You just made a noobie mistake by botting a gold-farming activity, with a public script, that's heavily watched. You even said yourself that you got to 1.2k+ total botting. Now that you got hit with one temp ban, you're acting as if it's impossible. It's not, you just suck at it.
  4. You botted a gold-farming activity, and you got banned for it. I can bot certain activities 24/7 on 'main' accounts on a residential IP, and yet 30 minutes runecrafting could be enough to get that account banned. I suggest avoiding any activity that attracts gold farmers. Air orb runners take only a few hours to get up and running, and only about 10 hours of run-time to pay for themselves, so it's a common spot for people to farm en-masse.
  5. As long as you've logged in recently it should store that information indefinitely. I haven't had to input my login info for months after the initial sign in on each server
  6. Turn off all your ingame sounds on the accounts running on your VPS and that will fix it. It's a long standing memory leak that happens when you run tribot on a computer/server that doesn't have a sound card.
  7. The OP doesn't say it's a farming contract script. Adam assumes that is what it is based on his very vague description. The Original poster says that it's a great script to make premium and sell for $10. However, he hides what specifically it is, never mentioning farming contracts or what it is, other than 'it can be done with a mouse recorder'. He's hiding the details like he wants it to be private. Plus, the fact that it can be done with a mouse recorder according to OP means it's probably not contracts, as you wouldn't be able to plan around random contracts?
  8. I'm not even talking to him I'm talking to the OP. I think you need to look again....
  9. You haven't listed what you're offering roughly, or what the script entails. You say it's a great script to make premium and sell, but then you're acting as if you want a private script.
  10. It will return false sometimes yes, but you should be sure that your code flows so that it retries if it returns false/the waitcondition times out. The crosshair isn't working because you're not calling any clicks. You're telling to click ellis. Then, after it clicks ellis, you're saying "for the next 10 seconds, if you click, set this number to 1, and stop waiting" You're also probably running into issues because your RSNPC is being created outside the while loop. You're creating it, sleeping, then using that outdated information to click. Then, if it cycles through the while loop again that RSNPC you created a few seconds ago is even more outdated. Also, what is "tannerOpen"? I'm not sure why you're setting it to 1 manually.
  11. if (DynamicClicking.clickRSNPC(tanner[0], "Chat Option")) { General.sleep(25,50) Timing.waitCondition(() -> isTannerInterfaceOpen(), (Sleeping time)); } Works perfectly for me. Instantly retries if the click is unsuccessful, waits for the interface to open if it is successful. The Timing.crosshair is probably returning 0, because if you look at your gif, it's not clicking, so no X is appearing. That's why that's not working.
  12. Clicking returns true/false whether or not the click was successful. I haven't had any issues with the clicking/dynamicclicking returning the wrong thing.
  13. As others have said, the biggest hurdle is dealing with other players. There's a finite number of worlds and god wars is often pretty crowded. Having the script know how to react when being crashed/how to know not to crash someone else can be somewhat difficult. Because it's already crowded, and not instanced, the number of auths you can reasonably sell before it becomes overcrowded is probably too low to be worthwhile as a public script. I wouldn't expect premium scripts for any non-instanced bosses for this reason.
  14. It's only been 4 hours, and you haven't posted how much you're expecting to pay for the script, or any details about it. Give it a bit of time, script writer's aren't trolling the forums hourly looking for requests. Also, tell them what you're willing to pay. All too often people offer far too little for private scripts, so anyone who doesn't post their payment amount may be overlooked.
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