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First basic computer problems (aka being lazy), and now chronic health issues caused by tribot.  Maybe it's time to think about selling tribot or contracting out the development work.   Tribot's biggest problem is the lackluster approach of the developers.  Tribot could solve 99.9% of its problems if it was treated like a product instead of a hobby.

 

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Thank you for the update.

 

I'm pleased with this. I do think if he has health issues, he needs more help. He can not be the sole person involved in these updates. I know he mentioned he has had help from a few others, but maybe he needs a partner to help balance things.

 

Just my opinion though.

Thanks guys.

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For anybody that has spent some time in the Comp Science/ Coding world.... I'm sure you can relate to how strenuous coding for hours on end can be. Meticulous hours of reviewing every line of code, testing it and doing it all over again after it breaks. Searching out bugs that can be as simple as a mistaken ";" 

Wish Tri well as he fights through this. A coding job like this was never designed for one person. God speed bud.

-Carbon

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Thanks for keeping us in the loop of things.

Looking forward to it being finished and hopefully TRiLeZ gets a well deserved break.

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19 minutes ago, King James said:

You mad I make more money than you and I don't even have to flip burgers? No onion on my double cheese thx.

 

40 minutes ago, atrain0009 said:

Go send out some resumes first.

lmao " i make more money than you" best quote u can get nowadays i guess with the registered user

KingJames Said: 

Hope we get refunded for all the script times lost I'm thinking Jagex paid off the man or sued him. 7 days to fix hooks? Shit, T could rebuild the bot from scratch in that time."
 
omf.....
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10 minutes ago, leoshiro said:

 

lmao " i make more money than you" best quote u can get nowadays i guess with the registered user

KingJames Said: 

Hope we get refunded for all the script times lost I'm thinking Jagex paid off the man or sued him. 7 days to fix hooks? Shit, T could rebuild the bot from scratch in that time."
 
omf.....

Yeah cause a $10/mo subscription makes you look rich, right? How nice of you to go through my posting history, feel like a detective now?

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1 hour ago, darkblades said:

For anybody that has spent some time in the Comp Science/ Coding world.... I'm sure you can relate to how strenuous coding for hours on end can be. Meticulous hours of reviewing every line of code, testing it and doing it all over again after it breaks. Searching out bugs that can be as simple as a mistaken ";" 

Wish Tri well as he fights through this. A coding job like this was never designed for one person. God speed bud.

-Carbon

It's actually a pain in the ass debugging... Literally a line of code can take hours to write...

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45 minutes ago, D0pamine said:

You kids are stupid as fuck if you think programming is always easy, enjoyable, and never unmotivating , when most of you probably can't play the same video game for more than a week before switching to another.

bro as kingjames said  trilez could rebuild the bot from scratch from the 7 days off, what are u even saying

 

1 hour ago, King James said:

could rebuild the bot from scratch in that time.

 

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