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2 Questions - What is Looking Glass & What is Mirror Client

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It lets you run your scripts onto an official, nonbot client. So you could open up old school Runescape in your browser and use TRiBot's looking glass to run scripts onto it(I haven't had any compatibility issues yet with scripts). It also works on other clients such as OSBuddy. 

 

It's in beta(almost out I believe) for VIP-E users only. It's overall intention is to reduce ban rates, which for me, has worked significantly. I have yet to get banned on a fresh level 3 straight off tutorial island to from over a week ago.

 

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ah ok that makes sense. so basically they can't detect that you're on a bot client??

 

Essentially, but even more so, the point is you're not on a bot client. The looking glass client that you load up through TRiBot acts as a middle man, so we use that as a replica to find out the required information and tasks to do, then input gets performed back on the official client. So no actual hooking type business is being done on the official client, everything remains untainted.

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Essentially, but even more so, the point is you're not on a bot client. The looking glass client that you load up through TRiBot acts as a middle man, so we use that as a replica to find out the required information and tasks to do, then input gets performed back on the official client. So no actual hooking type business is being done on the official client, everything remains untainted.

 

damn....  now that is some serious shit. thanks for the help man

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