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  1. Scams how?
  2. I would say the whether or not a script is free makes no difference in terms of quality. It's the scripter that you have to look at. Someone that does good work isn't going to release scripts that are shit, free or not. The only difference between free and premium/private work from a quality scripter will be feature set. Edit: Unless you mean because a free script would be used more often. In which case, as I understand it, tribot is supposed to modify certain things like mouse movements etc for each botter to reduce this problem.
  3. I like Bogla. They're doing 2.01/m I think. Dunno if anyone offers better rates, but they're fast reliable and always on.
  4. You could also have a bunch of calls to the sleep/wait methods that you don't want being called in that place which delays your code from running.
  5. The URL doesn't work, you have to use the provided doc package. I had the same problem with the package. Then I upgraded eclipse to luna (for unrelated reasons) and it magically fixed itself. I also went with a fresh upgrade deleting everything except my workspace folder. Dunno if the newer version, or the fact that I went to a clean install fixed the problem but I have documentation now.
  6. You just write it exactly as it appears on RS. Check out TRiLeZ's scripting tutorial: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/30185-trilezs-scripting-tutorial/
  7. It's compiling isn't it?
  8. Okay, try changing your Variables class to this: package scripts;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSArea;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSGroundItem;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSNPC;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSTile;public class Variables {public static RSTile Tile1;public static RSTile Tile2;public static RSTile Tile3;public static void init(){ Tile1 = new RSTile(2755, 3683, 0); Tile2 = new RSTile(2755, 3691, 0); Tile3 = new RSTile(2756, 3602, 0);}}Then call Variables.init() at the top of your run method in your main script class. If this works it should prove that for some reason, RSTile doesn't initialize properly during the static block execution phase.
  9. He does say that, but it doesn't change the fact that the pin solver fails and locks you out of your bank. Idk if it's a problem with the solver itself regardless of your pin, or because it actually doesn't solve pins that start with a 0. But what I do know is in all of my RS3 scripts where I make my script solve my pin using Banking#inPin("XXXX") it works flawlessly every time.
  10. Does your pin happen to start with a 0? Just out of curiosity.
  11. RSPlayer players[] = Players.find("player_name"); if(players.length > 0 && players[0].getAnimation() == xxx){ // Player is performing animation with id xxx }
  12. Okay, so what you're actually getting is an Exception in initializer error. The error is telling you that a null pointer was the cause of your error. This means your tiles in the Variables class are not being initialized properly. What's happening here is that the constructor for RSTile is throwing an exception, which is causing the tiles in the Variable class to remain null. The reason for which this is happening, I don't know. Try changing Variables.java to this: package scripts;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSArea;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSGroundItem;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSNPC;import org.tribot.api2007.types.RSTile;public class Variables {public static final RSTile Tile1;public static final RSTile Tile2;public static final RSTile Tile3;static{ try{ Tile1 = new RSTile(2755, 3683, 0); }catch(Exception e){ General.println("Tile 1 failed."); e.printStackTrace(); } try{ Tile2 = new RSTile(2755, 3691, 0); }catch(Exception e){ General.println("Tile 2 failed."); e.printStackTrace(); } try{ Tile3 = new RSTile(2756, 3602, 0); }catch(Exception e){ General.println("Tile 3 failed."); e.printStackTrace(); }}}Run it, and show what you get. Alternatively, someone who knows tribot better than me can enlighten us on why the RSTile constructor is throwing an exception.
  13. Not unless you buy them.
  14. You would be able to use any free script. You still have to pay for individual premium scripts if you want to use those.
  15. Probably should just follow this topic: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/48285-rs3-fetching-problem/