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AceFletcher - Fletches all short and longbows incredibly quickly and smoothly

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On 4/28/2016 at 5:59 AM, Negos said:

ABCL10? ABC2?

 

Looks nice either way :)

You can't have abcl10 in a fletcher. Abc levels include things like generating run energy and at what hp to eat food. It has good antiban features but using the inconsistent delays from abc2 would cut experience per hour incredibly much. I've explained before why I think dynamic sleep timers from abc2 are bad and why I don't use them. Don't worry though, your ban chances are still the absolute lowest for this fletching script. There are random mouse movements, mouse clicks, examines, camera movements, random tab opening, etc. 

 

Just pushed an update as well.

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15 minutes ago, Googler said:

You can't have abcl10 in a fletcher. Abc levels include things like generating run energy and at what hp to eat food. It has good antiban features but using the inconsistent delays from abc2 would cut experience per hour incredibly much. I've explained before why I think dynamic sleep timers from abc2 are bad and why I don't use them. Don't worry though, your ban chances are still the absolute lowest for this fletching script. There are random mouse movements, mouse clicks, examines, camera movements, random tab opening, etc. 

 

Just pushed an update as well.

ABCL is calculated based upon the ABC methods that apply to the script; if run energy doesn't apply to the script then it isn't calculated into its ABCL.

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3 hours ago, FALSkills said:

ABCL is calculated based upon the ABC methods that apply to the script; if run energy doesn't apply to the script then it isn't calculated into its ABCL.

Alright didn't know that, thanks. Guess it has all abc then except reaction time. 

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