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Version 1.0 (July 16th 2016) -

  • Fixes cranes, returns to bank to get more planks.

Version 1.1 (July 17th 2016) -

  • Added simple GUI.
  • Digs up sand worms and turns them into the NPC for favor, gets more empty buckets from the bank.

Version 1.2 (July 17th 2016) -

  • Collects fresh fish from barrels of fish and deposits them into cooler.

Version 1.3 (July 18th 2016) -

  • Did some editing for GUI to contain all houses.
  • Added plough pusher for Hosidius house.
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On 2016-07-17 at 2:47 AM, GrnTeletubby said:

Version 1.0 (July 16th 2016) -

  • Fixes cranes, returns to bank to get more planks.

Version 1.1 (July 17th 2016) -

  • Added simple GUI.
  • Digs up sand worms and turns them into the NPC for favor, gets more empty buckets from the bank.

Version 1.2 (July 17th 2016) -

  • Collects fresh fish from barrels of fish and deposits them into cooler.

Version 1.3 (July 18th 2016) -

  • Did some editing for GUI to contain all houses.
  • Added plough pusher for Hosidius house.

Wait..is this working?? After i done this i can fish angler if i'm right? How long it takes to dig worms to get needed favor?

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it pushes the plough to the other side then walks back to the side it started and sits there...

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2 minutes ago, rhysyfesie said:

i dont think this script has been working for a while.dont really know why its still available if know one is working on it??

Some older scripts still work fine, and it's a lot of extra work for limited staff to manually clean the repo.

You can check: Scripter last login, script last update, and last few pages of a thread to get a good gauge of it the script is up to date.

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