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gef30 last won the day on September 2 2019

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  1. Its not a tree framework, tho it does not use priority. By using a LIFO structure like a stack, you can push a new task/action to your stack at any given time, which has to be executed first. Since Stack.peek returns the newest entry to the stack.
  2. I'd suggest you start off by making your script work on a single account. Its clear that you're a beginner at java, you should take the process step by step.
  3. You could store your tasks, or actions how i like to call them, in a LIFO structure, like a stack. public class Task { private Stack<InteractableAction> actionStack = new Stack<>(); private Goal goal; public Task(InteractableAction baseAction, Goal goal){ actionStack.push(baseAction); this.goal = goal; } public boolean completed(){ return goal.completed(); } public void execute(){ InteractableAction currentAction = actionStack.peek(); if(currentAction == null) return; if(!currentAction.completed()){ InteractableAction response = (InteractableAction) currentAction.execute(); if(response != null){ actionStack.push(response); } } else { actionStack.pop(); } } public void end(){ actionStack = null; } } public abstract class InteractableAction { /* return a new action if a new action is required, (e.g walking) return null if no new action is required. */ public abstract Action execute(); /* return true if the action has been completed, return false otherwise. */ public abstract boolean completed(); } In this case your base action would be a mining action which is used to mine your rocks, the mining action returns a bankaction when your inventory is full, the bank action returns a walking action when its completed, etc. in your mining action, you could add a player check, which if true returns a fleeing action to the action stack in the task. this fleeing action has to be completed before any other action can get executed
  4. Exshopper this is the first script i ever bought on tribot, it made me thousands of dollars on a single account, best $10 i ever spent. Cheers @erickho123
  5. The source you posted does not contain an implementation of abc2
  6. I would like to see a more professional approach towards the blog posts in regards to styling and content. The current blog posts look like they've been typed as fast as possible, and aren't appealing to read at all. Take a look at threads from @YoHoJo for reference as to what your posts could look like. Same goes for this thread, im sorry but its just terrible...
  7. I'm glad you said that, daxwalker is not the official webwalker from tribot. It's a third party service. When it breaks, it's your own responsibility, because you chose to use it. If your script relies on the official tribot webwalker, and stops functioning because of that, then it is not your fault, because the tribot webwalker is an official api method. If you've been a member of this forum for the time that you have, you should already know this.
  8. 1. i dont really care, if a script doesnt work, its the script's issue 2. You are right, like i said before, i am not a customer, i havent made a purchase on tribot for years, including vip. I dont care about writing scripts anymore, its a waste of time.
  9. Lets not start doubting my capability now. I know what it takes to develop a (web)walker (i never talked about a webwalker btw), just because my name ins't blue that doesn't mean i'm not a software engineer. My ambition wasn't selling scripts with auto ban compliance v2, which practically never ends up in making a profit. You use a webwalker because you're lazy to build the longer paths yourself, its not required to build a new web walker to solve your walking needs, however i would make one anyways.
  10. You are right, however the fact that the service you chose to use has downtime, makes it an nsmither issue. You can fix the problem, but its unreasonable to put in hours for paying customers. (i am not a customer)
  11. Its not unfair. @Netami is claiming its not an issue from his script whatsoever, though chose to use this service, so it is an issue from his script, THAT is unfair. He is using his knowledge to deceive someone who doesn't have to same knowledge, so he doesn't have to do the work required for a fix. At least thats what this looks like. This is something i would not expect from a premium scripter. Had he chosen his words better, without just boldly saying its not an Nsmither error, it would have been a different story.
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