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https://tribot.org/repository/script/id/3461 Start the script in the area you want to gather resources. Follow the prompts in the pop-up boxes and type exactly what's needed (pay attention to caps!!). Uses ABC2 timing and custom antiban. Lots of safety features (will log out if unsuccessful at banking, if experience hasn't been gained, if it can't click on its target, etc etc). Supports mining, woodcutting, fishing, thieving (with coin pouches!!), and some hunter animals (can't remember which ones, it's been forever since I've used it for hunter :P). I recommend using low ABC2 reductions for slower things (fishing or high level resources) and higher ABC2 reductions for stuff like power mining. For slower things, this will make you move the mouse a lot less when waiting for your character to stop doing something and is much more realistic. For faster things, you'll be standing around a lot less and getting more exp. Uses Daxwalker to bank... Right now I'm just using public keys so if it's not working it's likely because Daxwalker is busy. It can also power level. Just tell it what to drop!! Used this to get my stats up to Drag slayer 2 requirements... Simple program but very effective. Troubleshooting: If you run into any problems with the default file, delete it (it's in the AppData -> Roaming -> .tribot folder)
Hi all, I'm trying to import daxWalker for webwalking instead of using tribot's own webwalking, I followed this instruction: click the green "clone or download" button, download it as a ZIP and extract it. Open tribot, click "File"->"View local scripts folder" then copy the "webwalker_logic" folder from the ZIP you downloaded into that folder. But nothing shows up even after I refresh or restart eclipse. I've setup eclipse to compile directing into local script folder, would that have affected anything? Or did I just put it in the wrong folder? Some info: Eclipse: Oxygen 4.7.0 2017 OS: Windows 10 Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!