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1 hour ago, RedHawkLuffy said:

I've been using .generateEatAtHP() on my script for a couple of days now and it seems to me that it always does it between 40-50%, is there a reason why it does this and how is it human-like?

Are you resetting it?

What's wrong with 40-50% HP? The values are different per runescape account..

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16 minutes ago, erickho123 said:

Are you resetting it?

What's wrong with 40-50% HP? The values are different per runescape account..

By resetting you mean calling it again after eating? Then yes I am resetting.

The problem is it is not human at all when its near the same range every time. It's been 40-50% hp for literally 10 hours now. Imagine eating between 24-30 for 10 hours straight.

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1 hour ago, RedHawkLuffy said:

By resetting you mean calling it again after eating? Then yes I am resetting.

The problem is it is not human at all when its near the same range every time. It's been 40-50% hp for literally 10 hours now. Imagine eating between 24-30 for 10 hours straight.

If the ABCLv2 method is based on human interaction, then that's probably the best time to eat anyway. Someone could eat at 10% or 90%, but why would someone wait that long to eat, or eat so early?

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Just now, Frosty XVII said:

If the ABCLv2 method is based on human interaction, then that's probably the best time to eat anyway. Someone could eat at 10% or 90%, but why would someone wait that long to eat, or eat so early?

Well, when your afking rock crabs. You don't exactly know when you're going to check to eat so it literally could be random.

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Just now, Frosty XVII said:

"You don't exactly know when." You do know when. Unless dying or wasting food is part of your own "secret," "custom," antiban... lol

I don't really see why you're getting aggressive.

First of all you don't know when. You're telling me when you afk at sand crabs you always come back to check your hp somehow when its between 40-50 percent? Or maybe you come back when its 80% you eat then next you come back you're at 25% you eat and next you come back and you're at 40 and you eat.

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12 hours ago, RedHawkLuffy said:

I don't really see why you're getting aggressive.

First of all you don't know when. You're telling me when you afk at sand crabs you always come back to check your hp somehow when its between 40-50 percent? Or maybe you come back when its 80% you eat then next you come back you're at 25% you eat and next you come back and you're at 40 and you eat.

I agree with Luffy, but I don't fully disagree with the other dude. I could say that when I legit afk crabs I personally use 2 monitors and leave my RS window open so I can always view it and If I was always present say sitting watching a movie or two or 4 - I could always eat about half hp just so I don't have to do it another time. Generally I noticed myself eating when I'm about 2 food down from full hp, that way you have less interaction/checking since you're not eating as soon as your at 80% to 100% but if i'm afking I'd never let it fall under 20-30ish cause what if you forget about it and the off-chance you die. I've had it happen before..   However with that being said, I like the current eating in 1.11. I think it's random but not to bad, I like the fact it eats more than 1. I think you should add it however so it doesn't eat from the first one every time, maybe skip a few every once in awhile?

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