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TRiBot Release 9.226_0

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This update features:

  • A new, human-like way of loading the client.
    • Web browsers and the downloadable client download the RuneScape client every time it is run, so shouldn't TRiBot? TRiBot used to download the RuneScape client and save it in a location so that it can be accessed at future times without the need of downloading it again. The intention of doing so was to make loading the client faster, thus allowing you to start bots with less waiting.
    • One downside of doing this is that Jagex will see via HTTP logs that you aren't downloading the client every time you boot the client. It's possible (but hasn't been proved) that Jagex could flag your account if they see that you aren't downloading the client every time you boot it.
    • Thus, we are releasing a new feature called "Human-Like Client Loading," which will force TRiBot to download/load the client in the exact manner of which is done by the official client. We hope this update will have a positive effect on the current and future bot detection.
    • This feature is automatically enabled for all users. To disable it, un-tick "Use Human-Like Client Loading" in the TRiBot settings.
  • TRiBot's updater has finally been updated to fix the issues that were caused by the resizable mode update.
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Does this mean we can use resizeable?

Also, there's a bug when the bank pin delay is set and it won't bank properly.

No, it basically just means you should see a more stable tribot client next time runescape updates. Resizable isn't supported still, don't bot with it toggled.

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