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LG and Break Handler

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Just recently came back and I noticed that every time the break handler takes over, it won't log me back in past the break time (I even waited double the break time just in case it logs back in). My break handler did work a few times yesterday but not consistent.

- I am using OSbuddy with 'remember username' ticked off

- I am using JDK1.8.0_102

- My heap size is 512 (happens with 386 too)

Edit: Also noticed that every time it does not login past the break time, the Tribot client freezes for a few seconds every 30 secs and my CPU spikes up 15-20%. I am using 2 LG + OSbuddy clients at about 20-30% CPU depending on the script.

Has this happened to you before? Any help appreciated, thanks!

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Someone has posted an issue a while ago but I guess there's not much development going on nowadays looking at that huge backlog of issues.

Login is bugged on LG. You should notice that if you click the "Existing user" button, it'll continue on like nothing happened.

The login handler is partially reliant on the colours, however deteccting the correct colours is bugged on looking glass when the rs client you're using is maximised.

As gimmicky as it is, minimising OSbuddy or whatever client you're using before hooking tribot onto it should solve your issue.

Also don't maximise your OSbuddy or whatever client after you've hooked tribot onto it otherwise the colour detection will still bug out.

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