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godz twiinz

Are you going to fix the problem? - It cannot open.

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When you type in your account name and password, and click login, it succesfully downloads it. And then nothing happens, and you just get the message: (Cf. the attached picture)

And yes. I have the newest Java update, and i've tried to reinstall the tribot-loader

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Its a known problem, if you use rep scripts, delete bin folder inside .tribot folder, which you can find in appdata if using Windows.

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Set in folder options to show hidden folders, note that deleting bin folder will erase your local script/settings so make backup if needed.

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I know it's a known problem. I'm using Windows, and it dosen't has anything called appdata

 

Click start type: %appdata% , press enter.

 

The 'appdata' folder opens.

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How the hell am I supposed to run local scripts if the bin folder is deleted every time I re-download and use the loader...

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To delete the .tribot folder on a mac: /*user*/Library/Application Support/

 

@punchbaggies, I'm installing CentOs 6 as we speak to take a look.

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@Thomass55 wow boy, you're installing an os just to help me?

 

 

Somebody give this guy support rank!

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To delete the .tribot folder on a mac: /*user*/Library/Application Support/

 

@punchbaggies, I'm installing CentOs 6 as we speak to take a look.

Thanks for the help dude! <3

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To delete the .tribot folder on a mac: /*user*/Library/Application Support/

 

@punchbaggies, I'm installing CentOs 6 as we speak to take a look.

 

@Thomas55

 

Never mind dude I'm a dumbass, there was a hidden .Tribot folder in centos in the root folder after all :

 

in the file explorerer click view, then click show hidden folders.

 

bot is up and running again for me.

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@Thomas55

 

Never mind dude I'm a dumbass, there was a hidden .Tribot folder in centos in the root folder after all :

 

in the file explorerer click view, then click show hidden folders.

 

bot is up and running again for me.

 

@punchbaggies

 

Great to hear :D enjoy

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found a temp work around.

 

to do this, open my documents at the top type into the window:

%appdata%/.tribot/

delete the tribot folder

then repopen tribot.

will now open client.

your welcome.

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found a temp work around.

 

to do this, open my documents at the top type into the window:

%appdata%/.tribot/

delete the tribot folder

then repopen tribot.

will now open client.

your welcome.

Yes this works, if you don't care about local scripts. I can't run any of my own with this method.

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