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How do I get the Breaks to work?

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So I've been using aMiner on 2 nooby accounts for a couple days now which I absolutely love. I plan on doing some on my main as well but I'd want to play it more safe, I've tried to set up breaks but I've had no success. Can someone tell me/guide me on how to set up breaks when botting with aMiner? Much thanks to anyone that can help!

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