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  1. I bet if you try real hard, you can figure this one out without me explaining it. https://tribot.org/repository/script/id/3258
  2. Netami, you are another scripter that knows their shit but isn't normally a dick about it (like in this case). Thanks for the info, I was unaware it was against the rules to post on people's threads. I would personally prefer if people posted on my threads if they believed my script got them banned since it would notify me but I won't tell people to do that any more. I also just realized this post is from January... I have no idea why it came up in my feed.
  3. Why are people so rude when people talk about getting banned? Not everyone is botting throw-away accounts. I post when a script gets me banned so other people know not to use it on their main accounts. I appreciate when other people do the same. You seem new to Tribot. There are a LOT of outdated scripts that seem to get you banned just by using them (doesn't even matter if you get reported or not). I've used some scripts for an hour or so, watching the script as it worked and gotten banned. I use fresh IPs and clear my cache like I'm supposed to (look in to that). Some scripters are better at creating anti-ban than others but no script is perfect. I've found getting reported is the #1 cause of getting banned. Try to use bots that completely avoid other players, or bot in areas where there are so many people no one will notice you. Use free trials and test scripts on throw away accounts before trusting them on your main. Look at the user count for a premium script. If it's <5 people, no one uses it because it'll get you banned. Free scripts are tricky because even if they have 1000s of users, it might not be safe. Post on the thread for the script and ask if it's been updated lately. If you're banned, post on that thread so people know for the future. You'll get backlash for it since this community is kind of garbage but don't let that get to you. The better scripters are normally good people (they have nothing to prove by being a dick) and will offer you advise rather than belittling you. @adamhackz and @godspower33 are two examples of this. They were the only ones kind to you and they're two of the most knowledgeable people on this website. Some scripters I can personally recommend are Naton (nNightmareZone), Aropupu (aMiner, aPlunderer, aAgility, they're all solid), FalSkills (all of his quest scripts are great... Extremely underrated scripter IMO), Einstein (all of his scripts seem great), and Encoded (my FAVORITE scripter... I've used his scripts for years without ever getting banned by one, he provides most of them for free when they're better than premium scripts). I'm sure there are other scripters who have good scripts but these are the ones I have personal experience with that seem to work well. I also know some scripters to avoid or make sure you babysit. I'm not going to post that here. Message me for my own personal opinions... I don't know why people are dicks about it, but they're right. Even if you use the scripts by the better scripters, you always run the risk of a ban. I've had two main accounts banned after getting too cocky. I'm sorry for your loss. Hopefully you don't give up on botting.
  4. https://tribot.org/repository/script/id/3257 Straightforward to use, fill in the boxes and watch as your character power trains everything that's simple to power train... Or opt to bank the items. Whatever tickles your pecker. Works wherever daxWalker is available. If this script sees high demand I'll make a GUI and command line arguments... I've tested it on fly fishing, teak trees, iron, and thieving guards... It should work on just about anything. It's a simple script that left clicks on anything you specify and drops whatever items you tell it to. Supports coin pouch. If you opt for banking, it will bank once the inventory is full and there are no "drop items" left to drop. It will bank everything in your inventory (for now). Doesn't support food (yet) but works as a simple power leveler. Can be set to run to a bank and end the script if you drop below 20 hp. Can also be set to world hop if there are any players nearby (feature turns off for trip to bank and back). Like all my scripts with a "main" designation, it will periodically pause/afk to mimic a real player and check itself to make sure it isn't stuck somewhere. Please post any questions/problems/suggestions.
  5. Just tried this and died in ~30 minutes... Not really sure what I did wrong. I realize now after reading up on wintertodt that you're supposed to wear "warm" clothing (I wasn't). Outside of that, I was using monkfish and eat-at ABC2... Did I die because I wasn't in warm clothing or because I chose ABC2 (I'm 99 hp... didn't think it would be too risky)
  6. I originally felt this way too... I barely used some of the scripts I paid lifetime subscriptions for expecting to be able to come back an use them. The argument for discontinuing is sound though. You could theoretically have access to those scripts you purchased 1 year+ ago but they likely wouldn't work anymore. Scripters would have just released a new version of the script that you'd have to buy a new "lifetime purchase" for. Few people would keep updating a script that no one is paying for.
  7. No one fully knows how it works, but here's what I believe: It's all about whether or not you get reported. If you're reported enough, they run their anti-botting algorithms on your account. It's likely a machine learning algorithm that "learns" from players that are reported + Jagex running our scripts to train the algorithm. Newer scripts won't get you banned because their algorithms haven't learned the script yet. Some scripts are good enough to occasionally fool the algorithm but for the most part though they aren't (even premium scripts). The best option is to use scripts that are continuously updated and avoid being reported. My personal belief is that Jagex also has some actions that trigger the anti-botting algorithm. Maybe if you play >10 hours per day, have one stat significantly higher than the others, or if your total level doesn't make sense compared to your quest points. I also believe some scripts are flagged... Many users disagree with this theory, but I know if I were working for Jagex, I would be implementing this. It wouldn't be hard to look at a script and realize it always opens a certain door then picks up a certain bucket. After that it's simple to say "if this door is opened, then this bucket picked up, run anti-bot algorithm". Again, this is my personal theory based off my education and background in machine learning. This is all based off stuff I've learned in school. I'm a grad student and have absolutely no practical experience in this realm. That being said, I've managed to max a pking account to 1500+ total with 99 str/range/magic when I just started playing in January. The account is entirely botted besides quests. I believe the key here is I write most my scripts... Jagex's algorithms can't train to detect the script if it's only one account using it. This is why a lot of people swear by "private scripts" and are willing to pay good money for them. It is totally possible to bot these days, you just have to do it correctly. Good luck!!
  8. Some people are having troubles getting this to work... Here's a guide: Step 1: Remove all current Java versions (ie. "Add or remove programs" -> search java -> remove everything) Step 2: Download JDK 8u211 ( https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html ) Step 3: Make sure your JDK is installed, go to Add or Remove Programs. Mine looks like this: Step 4: Download "Palemoon" web browser. You should match whatever version of Java you downloaded (32 vs 64 bit). https://www.palemoon.org/download.shtml Other players who have experienced lag with "Palemoon" suggest "Waterfox" (I have no problem with Palemoon, @FALSkills mentioned this): https://www.waterfox.net/ Step 5: Open browser and go to "http://oldschool**.runescape.com/ (** = oldschool world number). Make sure to use 'http' instead of 'https'. The oldschool world is listed as if they started at 0... Subtract 300 from whatever the world is (ie. for world 330, go to world 30) Step 6: Play Runescape in your web browser without any botting. Botting is against the rules.
  9. Not currently... My workload is kind of heavy right now or I'd make a version of it for you that could. Maybe sometime in the future.
  10. I can't post replies to my scripter app so I'm going to use this thread to respond... Hope that's okay. I want to re-emphasize that I'm not arguing with any of the more experienced scripters, I'm naive to a lot of things and want to know why I should be doing stuff. I feel like a lot of stuff is personal preference and I don't want to implement things I find more complicated/useless if there's no good reason to do so. @Netami 1) I don't see how an enum would be helpful here. My understanding of enums is that it makes it to where you have certain variable names that you're allowed to use. I can understand this for something like Skills.MAGIC... It saves time so you can't accidentally typo the skill name. Since this is the only script I'll ever use a list of birdhouses for, I don't understand why I would want to create an enum. If a new birdhouse comes out, I open the script and add an extra 'else if'. If I had an enum and a new birdhouse came out, I'd have to add an extra 'else if' and then also go edit my enum. Is there some function of enums that I'm not understanding? 2) I knew this but didn't think about it in the context of interfaces I've got a few scripts to update 3) I pass shouldRun into the functions so it knows whether or not to attempt the action. In what you have copy/pasted, the script would attempt to walk to the bank. If that failed, it would set "shouldRun" to false and it wouldn't try to open the bank or deposit all. If the script successfully walked to the bank, but failed to open, it wouldn't try to "deposit all". I feel like scripting this way is the cleanest/most efficient way of doing it. The only other option I'm aware of is a bunch of nested if statements with breaks everywhere to end the main loop. If it's a nested loops somewhere, I'd have to also set a shouldRun variable to false to end the main loop on top of breaking the inner loop. I think this is a better structure. Is there an alternative option that I'm not aware of that would be neater without losing efficiency? Thanks for the input, I appreciate you taking the time to point out specific problems that needed addressed.
  11. Ahh, sorry Encoded. Maybe @Fluffee can update the banner to include this workaround?
  12. Oops, saw you were online and thought you were a developer. My bad. Guess Netami isn't either... Hopefully removing the tag removed any notifications.
  13. Glad we got this figured out Seems like the solution is Palemoon browser using "http" instead of "https" and JDK 32bit 1.8.0_212... Thanks all, good collaborative effort @Encoded @Einstein @Naton can you post this workaround as a banner?
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