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Disabling Random_Videos Guide

 

   Many users may be unaware of this so I am here making this guide to show where to access and disable random_videos that may be taking up LOADS of extra space on your computer.

 

First: Check you TRibot random_video Folder. Here you should find videos that are recorded when a random event occurs while your botting. Delete the unnecessary video files.

 

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Second: To Disable this feature start by going to "File" in the top left of TRibot.
 
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Third: Next, click "Settings" in the drop down menu.
 
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Fourth: A menu should appear with check boxes. "Un-check" the fourth check box.
 
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You have now successfully disabled the random_videos. This should save space on your hard disk.
 
Note: These videos are useful to scriptwriters as they are intended for users to send them to be reviewed if you are stuck in a random.
 
Thanks & Enjoy
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Are you..freaking..serious?

I swear, everytime I have an idea, everyone bashes it, then a few months later it becomes a thing.
I came up with laptop cases. Ev1 doubted them. A few months later Dell started making them.
I CAME UP WITH VINE. >.> I asked ppl if I should make gifs with sound, ev1 said no, a few months later BOOM vine.
There's tons of more things like that but now on to the botting community...
I asked people if I should make a bot cpanel, ppl bashed it, few months later, BA-BAM.
I recommended recording models, ids, names, & footage from random events & ev1 bashed it, few months later BA-BAM I find out about random recordings.

Lol. :\ I'm about to just start doing the opposite of what people say to do.
Anyone interested in other guys? Jk :P

And yeah that's gonna add up, esp if you're running a bot farm on a VPS. And that prob also slows down the FPS during the random.

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Are you..freaking..serious?

I swear, everytime I have an idea, everyone bashes it, then a few months later it becomes a thing.

I came up with laptop cases. Ev1 doubted them. A few months later Dell started making them.

I CAME UP WITH VINE. >.> I asked ppl if I should make gifs with sound, ev1 said no, a few months later BOOM vine.

There's tons of more things like that but now on to the botting community...

I asked people if I should make a bot cpanel, ppl bashed it, few months later, BA-BAM.

I recommended recording models, ids, names, & footage from random events & ev1 bashed it, few months later BA-BAM I find out about random recordings.

Lol. :\ I'm about to just start doing the opposite of what people say to do.

Anyone interested in other guys? Jk :P

And yeah that's gonna add up, esp if you're running a bot farm on a VPS. And that prob also slows down the FPS during the random.

Are you..freaking..serious?

I swear, everytime I have an idea, everyone bashes it, then a few months later it becomes a thing.

I came up with the internet. Ev1 doubted it. A few months later the world wide web was invented.

I CAME UP WITH FACEBOOK. >.> I asked ppl if I should make a social network that people could use, ev1 said no, a few months later BOOM facebook.

There's tons of more things like that but now on to the botting community...

I asked people if I should make a rs07 bot, ppl bashed it, few months later, BA-BAM.

I recommended calling my bot Tribot & ev1 bashed it, few months later BA-BAM I find out about Tribot.

Lol. :\ I'm about to just start doing the opposite of what people say to do.

Anyone interested in other guys? Jk  :P

And yeah that's gonna add up, esp if you're running a bot farm on a VPS. And that prob also slows down the FPS during the random.

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