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Liam.

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  1. hey saw your post about enfilade's Easel a while back. do you happen to have a download link?, thanks :)

     

  2. What an awesome contribution, thanks for helping me with my encrafter.
  3. Sank too many hours into this, good excuse to move on and do other things.

    Peace.

  4. Source is free to use, uploading my automated version in a few weeks.
  5. If you don't understand what it is exactly and you don't know how to implement it, there are far more important things you should be asking then how to utilize it with your script. Brush up on some Java basics online.
  6. Yea, he's a veteran when it comes to farming off of others misfortune.
  7. Don't drink the absorbs to max.
  8. You are doing something very wrong then.
  9. I'm guessing we are going to see another "Thanks TRiBot" thread about your $10.95 sunglasses
  10. I thought this thread would be a post dedicated to @Butta
  11. I was looking for the web list too, thanks for doing the leg work @Sphiinx
  12. You can't spawn a TRiBot client the way he wants, through batch.
  13. You are looking for the standard toolkit beep: Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().beep();
  14. You wouldn't be using the API and nor would you be using batch. You cannot spawn a client from another, nor can you 'control' one from the other. You would need to create the script in such a way that would accept socket connections and allow information to be sent and received from one client to another, in order to send appropriate information. For instance for muling you would have a mule script running on the mule which accepts socket connections and interprets a JSON object, this JSON would inform the mule on the location, name and world of the slave and such. The mule could then operate off of this information. The API contains methods to utilize hooks and pre-written utilities which TRiBot contains, however it does not contain what you are looking for, what you are looking for is something you'd have to program yourself.
  15. Not possible without creating an external program which would be almost pointless when we have the client starter which does close to the exact same thing.