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Jerminater last won the day on July 12 2018

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  1. I may not have been around too long, or made any great scripts for the public, but I did learn quite a lot. I actually started to learn how to code by reading a book, and deciphering other people's open source scripts. (more on this later, as there are MUCH better ways) I was tagged in this post by @Einstein so got an email, and am checking it out. I do not come on here too often anymore due to quite a significant life change. However, I have to give my fair share of advice too after reading this post. Over the past 8 months or so, I started to develop iOS apps, to begin software development on the side, and create various tools for my company use. One thing I learned: All code is garbage. What I mean by this, is that there is almost always a way to do it better, and when you look at it, it is always hard to interpret. So never look at someones script and believe it to be perfect. Look for ways to improve it. Another thing: It is way harder to read code than it is to write it. So if you ever feel overwhelmed by looking at something someone else coded, remember that everyone else probably thinks the same. Even the person who wrote the code, if they don't constantly look at it, they are just as confused too. I know this from experience. I have no idea what I was thinking when I look back at some old code, but it works, and works well. Even with comments, I find it hard. This is the nature of code, and why it is constantly evolving and why every company out there is constantly rewriting old code. (Take this with a grain of salt though... there are many algorithms out there that will work just as good 500 years down the line.) Another another thing: Coding is a very intimate thing. It is just like if you were to tell someone your secrets. How you code is like putting your personality onto a page, and everyone is unique. Just because you do something different does not mean you are wrong. Often times someone will nit pick what you do. Just remember that as long as what you wrote works just as well as the way they wrote it, there is nothing wrong (Unless one method has a higher space/time complexity at least, most times this is insignificant too though). Take what they said and learn from it, maybe even rewrite what you did to use their recommendation. Don't think it is a bad thing though. Just a different thing. Yes there are standards you should follow, but still. Just a different thing that you should do, but don't HAVE to do. Unless you are trying to impress someone looking at your code, all that matters in the end is that it functions as intended. We should really try to be objective here. Everyone learns in a different way. Some people learn better by looking at examples, some by reading, some by doing, some by watching someone else do. I for one, love reading, and love videos. In fact, I've found lately that videos, provided I have examples and an good instructor to follow, are much better. I Strongly advise that anyone getting into scripting look here for some great videos. This is an online course in Java that is 78 hours long, and I went through the course a few months ago. I learned far more from this course than I did through any books, and any YouTube tutorials, and looking at anyone's code here. I object! (see above) *better Jerm out.
  2. Thanks! I plan on doing an extension to Trilez's tutorial sometime in the future. Working on a big move right now though so do not have much development time.
  3. I'm a perfectionist, so I take my time lol. Got 3 of them ~80% done, but I am relocating for work so I had to stop for a few weeks to get situated. Back in the works soon.
  4. Gratz on release man! And also congrats on the Premium rank Well deserved, as you are very helpful on the forums and make quality scripts.
  5. Check here for some tribot specific tutorials. Several users including myself have made comprehensive setup/scripting tutorials. Also, check out this youtube channel. I have used it quite a bit in learning things when I come across issues. Here is my personal tutorial I made. A few areas need to be filled in that I have noticed lately, but it is a good start. Towards the end I list a few resources that would aid you. What got me started in scripting is a book titled "Learn Java in 24 hours" here. I got through it in about 11 hours (you can stop around chapter 16 of 24 since it won't be relevant). The book is very comprehensive with many examples and even a website with several "Scripts" that you can run and test to learn the software. Everything I learned from the book, I use in my scripts.
  6. Hey Einstein, great tool. I'm not sure if you were aware of another tool that might work in a similar way though, which might have spared you some development time. Unless you were aware and just wanted one that functioned a little different. Just trying to point it out to help in case you didn't know. Edited comment below:
  7. The issue was that camera was null. No need. I just had to change "ACamera camera;" to "ACamera camera = new ACamera();"
  8. Whoops. I declared it outside the method. I forgot to initialize it. Silly me.
  9. Okay sure, but that's not the issue.
  10. Try looking here for full script examples: https://tribot.org/forums/forum/131-approved/ You can just look at other people source code. An example for if you want to hover your next target...
  11. Can't figure out why I am gettings a NPE here: (Any of the camera#setCamera method calls throw a NPE) Which calls this method below, but it never even gets into the method. The NPE occurs on method call.
  12. They can't tell the difference. If they did, you'd be banned the moment you opened up your account with tribot.
  13. Mine have always been instant. Check your paypal/payment method to see if funds were withdrawn
  14. They don't just ban for using 3rd party software, that's what OSBuddy is. They ban for botting. They have other methods than detecting what client you use. I recommend you develop better botting habits than just relying on looking glass.
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