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  1. Had a weird glitch at seagulls where it thought a random tile was a seagull and kept trying to attack it. Took some screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/W21uo Looks like there was a random 10 minutes prior, not sure if that had anything to do with it. I paused/unpaused the script and you can see it incremented the number and added another tracked entity. After restarting the script it worked normally.
  2. Hm, weird. It is set as read only already.
  3. Try the proxy on Maxthon browser to see if it works.
  4. Got the too many connections from your IP address message (trying to login to the same world on 2 bots under same proxy). The login bot just kept erasing the login credentials, retyping them, and trying to login again instead of world hopping.
  5. Oh, duh. Shows how little I know about the API. Thanks!
  6. I think I have enough experience in Java to start scripting, but the only problem is I'm clueless when it comes to the TriBot API. I do plan on dedicating a large chunk of time to learning the API and all the different classes/methods. In the meantime, is there any advice you guys can provide for someone new to Tribot but not new to Java? I already read this guide: Thanks!
  7. To add on to what he's saying, Java dates are stored in milliseconds. So for example, [1504396800000,"25568"] the 1504396800000 is referring to the date. Using an online converter (http://www.fileformat.info/tip/java/date2millis.htm), you can tell it represents 9/3/17 12:00 AM. Looks like that data goes back to 2/26/13 12:00 AM. What I would do is parse the data into a hashmap (https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/java/util/HashMap.html) with the date being the key and the amount of players being the value. I would probably convert it into a LocalDate first though, as I find those much easier to work with.
  8. In the if statement, wouldn't you want to check for null first? Because if the array is null and you check if it's greater than 0, it'll throw a NullPointerException.
  9. This is beautiful. Stronghold of Security works really well except for one minor issue. It seems to get stuck after going through the first door on the first floor. It clicks the first of two doors, clicks on the second door, clicks the dialog, and then doesn't select one of the options. I've only seen it happen once on each of the 2 accounts I ran, so maybe its just the first time it goes through? I can get a screenshot if you want. Other than that, great job. Any idea on pricing? I already have an AIO combat script but this one is so much better I'm definitely going to buy it.
  10. I'm really interested to see exactly how spaghetti-ish the code is.
  11. Change this line in KillStrategy.java if (itemName != null && itemName.toLowerCase().equals(Combat.getFoodName().toLowerCase())) and add another and statement for runes, easy fix. I would do it for you but I don't know the Tribot API and don't feel like browsing the javadocs.
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