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How to set up the tribot API+ javadoc on a created project! Nothing revolutionary, but being able to read up the method's descriptions and other things inside the IDE (commonly on auto-completion) rather than go jumping between the IDE and the https://tribot.org/doc/ API everytime is abit more pleasant and might save you some time. This tutorial will show you how to add the tribot libs and have it link to it's Javadoc, in a simple project-independent way. Javadoc not added: Javadoc added: Steps: 1 - Download the Javadoc Trilez provided on this link: https://tribot.org/doc.zip 2 - Place it somewhere, I advise "user/AppData/Roaming/.tribot/dependancies/", since that's where the libs already are, so it shouldn't be moved around and keeps tidy. For Netbeans: 3 - Go into Tools > Libraries. 4 - Add a New Library. 5 - Name it whatever you wish and press Ok. 6 - Select it on the list (should be there after creating, but confirm it 7 - Select Add Jar/Folder. 8 - Select all the .jar files inside "user/AppData/Roaming/.tribot/dependancies/" and press Add Jar/Folder. 9 - Press the Javadoc tab. 10 - Press Add Zip/Folder. 11 - Browse to where you put your doc.zip, select it, and then Add Zip/Folder. 12 - Press Ok. 13 - Right click your scripts project, and select Properties. 14 - Select Libraries. 15 - Click Add Library. 16 - Select the library we just created and click Add Library. 17 - Press Ok. 18 - You can confirm everything has been added successfully! Enjoy~