Welcome to TRiBot Forums

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more! This message will be removed once you have signed in.

exiled pnoy

  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Feedback


Community Reputation

2 Neutral

About exiled pnoy

  • Rank
    New Botter

Recent Profile Visitors

509 profile views
  1. I looked through the API, and I couldn't find an item-dragging script anywhere. I'd like to drag an item in the inventory to a certain slot. Am I missing something, or is there no API that does this?
  2. Why's that? If they said they're doing it to prevent botters, why wouldn't they, it'd be very effective in getting a huge number of botters in one fell swoop, don't you think? Besides, they already track things such as mouse movements, clicking, keystrokes, and other intrusive things. What's to stop them from this?
  3. >Abysmal web walking count toward those Can you expand on this? What's wrong with web walking, and what's a better alternative? This is my first ban since ~2 years ago and I'd like to do everything I can to prevent my next one. I don't want to be perm'd
  4. I mean, what if the java code for the client traverses the directory? We all know that there's a .tribot folder located somewhere on the computer, and it's not randomized anywhere. What's keeping Jagex from simply looking for it? If they detect a .tribot folder where it's expected, couldn't they use that as evidence you're using it? Just my two cents. Trilez, what do you think of this?
  5. What's the point of asking me that? I didn't mistype.
  6. Really? My script must be pretty good, then. I got 44-93 RC via abyss with my script.
  7. I have a few questions: If they think I was botting, why'd they give me a temp ban and not a perm one? If the client is not detectable, then why did I get banned the very moment I attached LG to the browser client? An extention to the previous one, how did they deduce I was botting? I doubt it was a manual ban. I always had Human Mouse Data loaded. This, paired with my botting time matching my actual presence on the computer makes me think it's not some gametime/cicking pattern. Does this mean my IP is flagged? If I were to stop botting today, but played for real 10 hours/day nonestop legitimately, is there a chance I'll be wrongly banned just because they thought I previously botted? Thanks in advance.
  8. Last location before getting banned?: Edgeville Skill botted?: RC Breaks or no? Yes, and babysat the entire time If so how long?: Depends on the time of day. It ran only when I was present, always (including bathroom brakes, etc) How long did you bot per day?: Accumulatively, about 5 hours/day Banned before?: Not on this acc or IP Type of ban?: temp VPS/VPN/Proxy?: (Yes / No/ Which) No, was on a clean home IP Scripts Used? Custom-made (personally I think it's better than USA's RC script as it lasted w/out bans much longer) Other Bots Used?: None How many bots at a time were being run?: 1 Date banned?: 07/21/2016 I was using Looking glass, made sure the to use the latest JDK version (atm it's J8U101 I'm not sure what's happened. I think the client was detected, because I logged in normally first and did a bunch a things, then upened up the client ant the second I did that, my account instantly became disabled. I think they rolled out another update that detects the client. They do it every thursday, right?
  9. You and I are both doing the same thing in code, though.
  10. Your code looks awfully similar to mine. What's different about it?
  11. Description of the bug (be specific): Tribot occasionally returns an array of length 0 for Banking.find(string) when such item is indeed inside the bank. How often the bug occurs: Occasionally. I can't seem to find the trigger condition. Triggers of the bug (if known): Unknown Java version: Java 8 Update 91 Max Heap Size:386 MB TRiBot client version: Release 9.303_4 Looking Glass (yes/no): yes Operating System: W10 Script Name: custom - private script TRiBot Old-School or RS3: Old-school I'm not sure what's causing things. But it seems to be an issue. I managed to do a work-around, as the item I'm trying to withdraw is so plentiful I can safely close the bank and re-open it (to which Banking.find() will most likely work) and continue with the script. But for items that are not so plentiful, this presents an issue. I've found that this code to check if Bank items are loaded seems to reduce the frequency of the problem, but it nonetheless persists. public boolean isBankLoaded() { RSInterface amount = Interfaces.get( 12, 5 ); if( amount != null ) { String txt = amount.getText(); if( txt != null ) { try { int toInt = Integer.parseInt( txt ); if( toInt > 0 ) return toInt == Banking.getAll().length; } catch( NumberFormatException e ) { return false; } } } return false; }
  12. Thanks laniax. For future reference, where do you get the link to that zip file? What was your reference to get that?
  13. I'm trying to include javadocs so that class names and methods are properly annotated. Unfortunately, it doesn't resolve when I try to validate the location: https://tribot.org/doc/ Eclipse says that at least one of the files 'package-list' and 'index.html' are not present. I've tried validating it against some other javadoc site, say https://developer.android.com/reference/ and it works just fine. Am I doing something wrong, or does somebody know a fix to this?
  14. How did you know about the gamesetting?
  15. Is there a way to get the current run energy using the Tribot API? Also special attack energy? I couldn't seem to find them.