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MacDaddy

When testing out your own scripts, do you still have that 2 hour limitation as a developer?

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If you are a developer and don't have VIP, do you still have only 2 hours every 3 days to test your scripts while they are running?

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You can't run local scripts without VIP, so you have 0 hours of testing available.

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If you are a VIP or higher user, you have unlimited time to test scripts and run scripts.

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9 minutes ago, FALSkills said:

You can't run local scripts without VIP, so you have 0 hours of testing available.

 

Oh wow. So the only way to test your script would be to publish it and then test by using it as a regular script from the repository?

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28 minutes ago, Starfox said:

If you are a VIP or higher user, you have unlimited time to test scripts and run scripts.

Well technically it's not unlimited time. you have 730 hours per month to run your scripts.

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1 hour ago, MacDaddy said:

 

Oh wow. So the only way to test your script would be to publish it and then test by using it as a regular script from the repository?

That would still only allow you to test your own script for 2 hours every 3 days.

These rules are in place because otherwise it would be possible to run open source scripts completely unlimited for free.

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On 9/22/2016 at 5:36 PM, Enano25 said:

Well technically it's not unlimited time. you have 730 hours per month to run your scripts.

That's not quite correct either. You can technically test your script using multiple instances. More of a chance of finding a rare bug between 100 accounts rather than just one.

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