i have the dax hunter bot and have been using it for a few weeks. almost every account gets around 85-90 hunter then gets banned. still making cash but tedious to continuously make a new account, i currently have a account at 20m hunt exp though so cant complain, my question is how noticeable is the difference in human mouse data? is the ban rate with that and mirror client significantly lower? would love to hear from some users or mods thank you again for all your help
[11:47:31] TRiBot Release 9.305_6 loaded. [11:47:31] Loading human mouse movement data. [11:47:31] Could not load human mouse data. Reason: No human mouse data checksum found. This has been happening for a solid week. Is something wrong with human mouse data or am I bugged?
This release will:
Fix key event handling issue
Fix other event handling issue
Fix RSServer hook
Update world hopper to have it use OCR, thanks to Todd
Use proper disposal of old Graphics objects
Organize code imports
Apply around 8000 automated code refactorings
Make preparations for Java 9
Fix 11 various bugs
Add more reliable debugging support
Fix mouseEntered/Exited event dispatching bug
Fix minimap walking bug where it opens the map
Fix broken hooks for today's game update
This release will:
Fix Settings UI placement bug
Fix game object location bug
Fix small layout bug making the client shift up and down
Fix client crashing bug where loading the client with a small display area will cause the client to crash
Fix annoying Linux bug relating to painting events and peers
Fix settings saving bug where settings are saved to disk more often than they should
Fix RSInterface#isBeingDrawn bug affecting a limited amount of people
Drop Java 1.7 bytecode version for 1.8
Important: Since the downloadable RS client uses Java 7, it will no longer be compatible with Looking Glass. To make up for this, we will add support for using other clients such as RuneLite (at a later date).
This change was necessary to allow us to use Java 8 syntax. It also paves the way for Java 9/10/11 support.
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