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About Flamo353

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  1. I need a script that will make tribot relevant again. How much would this cost me?
  2. They might not be aware of your mule. But, what they definitely know is that bots are being created from your IP. I'd change my IP if I were you.
  3. Only web walking should fail at barrows, the rest of the pathing/walking methods should work fine if you use them correctly
  4. garbage collection
  5. Don't be ridiculous. How could anybody possibly read this thread, then come to the conclusion that it's safe to contact the scammer?
  6. You're just upset that he's putting your cow killer out of commission
  7. This might honestly be the most ground breaking release here on tribot.
  8. DPathNavigator takes up to a second to calculate a path and it consumes a lot of your computers resources. A* is significantly faster and more efficient.
  9. Yes, google it.
  10. it's been an issue ever since web walking was released. that being said, you can pretty much guarantee raising some kind of red flag if your bot comes across this bug.
  11. Tribot doesn't support RS3. Find another bot client.
  12. Did you actually make this???
  13. Seems like a script issue, contact the scripter and give as much information about the bug as possible.
  14. 1. Grab the interface child like you're currently doing 2. Check if child != null 3. Call child.click() to interact with the interface It's that simple. If it isnt clicking the interface, then you probably have the wrong ids.