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dcthugs93

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Should I Get Scripter   5 members have voted

  1. 1. Should I Get Scripter


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1) Snipplets: [sOURCE] https://tribot.org/forums/index.php?/topic/27292-better-camera-rotations-rs3-my-opinion/

2) Tutorials: [sOURCE] N/A

3) Randoms/updates submitted: [sOURCE] N/A(RS3 Scripter)

4) Scripts available to the public: [sOURCE]
 
LRC Fishing - https://github.com/dcthugs93/RS3LRCFishing
Varrok Miner - https://github.com/dcthugs93/RS3VarrokIronMiner
Flax Picker - https://github.com/dcthugs93/RS3FlaxPicker
5) Short biography / Coding Experience: Well I used to De-obfusicate the Runescape client a few years back. I have made quite a few famous bots and tons of scripts. After I left the RS communities I focused on Perl. I don't think I am better than anyone for this as I have forgotten most of what I learned 5+ years ago.

6) Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: I do my best to provide the community with free working RS3 scripts. There is no reason why anyone should feel they deserve to be a scripter as it is a privilege not a requirement. This being said I will always look at things this way and never take it for granted.

7) What you plan to provide the community with:
Free scripts and as much knowledge as I can provide. I hope to make the RS3 botting in this community strong as I can by advertising on other sites.

8) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? YES
 
9) Do you agree to follow the terms found here if you ever release a premium script? YES
 
 
 
Thanks Starfox, that means a lot!

 

@okokokok Thanks for the advice I will be sure to use it

			if(Banking.isBankScreenOpen()){				Banking.depositBackpack();				Timing.waitCondition(new Condition() {					public boolean active() {						return Backpack.find(RS3FlaxPicker.flaxInventory).length <= 0;					}				}, General.random(500, 1000));				Banking.close();			}

@Starfox thanks for giving me a better details via PM. I will break down all of my banking methods and add them directly in the main class instead of using statics from another class.

 

I value everyone's input it can only make me a better script writer. Thank you

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Class structure is a little odd, but as long as you're organized I guess it's fine. Yes from me.

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I think he's a nice and active member of the community. He is also pushing out a lot of scripts. 

Also he really wants to learn how to be a better scripter and is driven. 

 

I think your code looks pretty good. Although sometimes you still use a static sleep. For example: https://github.com/dcthugs93/RS3FlaxPicker/blob/master/Methods.java

 

I'm talking about this part: 

                        if(Banking.isBankScreenOpen()){                                Banking.depositBackpack();                                General.sleep(2000, 3000);                                Banking.close();                        }

I know the RS3 API has some backpack issues at the moment, but since you want to deposit flax, check if you have flax in your backpack instead of the backpack being empty. This does work right now. 

 

Anyway, yes from me. 

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Your class structure, in my opinion, is extremely messy and unorganized. You should look into typical java naming conventions and packaging certain classes together.

Try to refactor methods in your classes more, as well.

 

However, the code does seem to be doing its job and is receiving good feedback, so that's what really counts.

Yes.

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