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Can someone double check my ABC2?

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Looking at approved scripters' version of antiban, it's all extremely complicated.  The tutorial doesn't really make it easy to follow.  I believe I've correctly implemented it.  Can a more experienced scripter confirm this? Timed actions is pretty straightforward...  This is my implementation of hovering / option menu and generating reaction times based off those options. I wanted to make a tutorial but don't want to do that if I'm doing this wrong.   Thanks!!

The script: 

public void openPlantPacks() {
    RSItem[] potPack = Inventory.find("Plant pot pack");
    int whichPot = General.random(0, Inventory.getCount("Plant pot pack") - 1);
    potPack[whichPot].click("Open");
    hoveringOrOptionMenu = false;
    if (abc2Check) {
        if (abcUtil.shouldOpenMenu()) {
            if (vanessa[0].isOnScreen()) {
                if (!ChooseOption.isOpen()) {
                    General.println("Opening option menu (ABC2)");
                    DynamicClicking.clickRSNPC(vanessa[0], 3);
                    abcUtil.setOptionMenuOpen(true);
                    hoveringOrOptionMenu = true;
                } else
                    abcUtil.setOptionMenuOpen(false);
            }
        } else if (abcUtil.shouldHover()) {
            if (vanessa[0].isOnScreen()) {
                General.println("Hovering target (ABC2)");
                vanessa[0].hover();
                abcUtil.setHovering(true);
                hoveringOrOptionMenu = true;
            }
        } else
            abcUtil.setHovering(false);

    }

    int potPackCount = Inventory.getCount("Plant pot pack");
    int currentPotPack = potPackCount;
    int unPacked = 0;
    int loopCount = 0;
    status = "Opening packs.";
    while (Inventory.getCount("Plant pot pack") > 0) { //Keeps running tally of pots while opening
        sleep(1200);
        loopCount++;
        if (loopCount > potPackCount) {
            println("Script iterated through pack opening more time than expected, ending script to avoid bans");
            shouldRun = false;
            break;
        }

        unPacked = currentPotPack - Inventory.getCount("Plant pot pack");
        currentPotPack = Inventory.getCount("Plant pot pack");
        potCount = potCount + (unPacked * 100);
        safetyCheck();
    }
    if (abc2Check)
        try {
            abcUtil.sleep(abcUtil.ABC2ReactionTime(1200 * 26)); //26 pot packs, 1200ms each
        } catch (InterruptedException ie) {
            General.println("ABC2 sleep - exception thrown");
        }
}

The ABC2 class: 

package scripts.my_api;

import org.tribot.api.General;
import org.tribot.api.util.abc.ABCProperties;
import org.tribot.api.util.abc.ABCUtil;

public class ABC2 extends ABCUtil {
    private boolean isHovering=false;
    private boolean isInOptionMenu=false;

    public void checkAntiBanTimers(){
        // Here our player is idling, so we can check/perform the timed actions.
        if (this.shouldCheckTabs())
            this.checkTabs();

        if (this.shouldCheckXP())
            this.checkXP();

        if (this.shouldExamineEntity())
            this.examineEntity();

        if (this.shouldMoveMouse())
            this.moveMouse();

        if (this.shouldPickupMouse())
            this.pickupMouse();

        if (this.shouldRightClick())
            this.rightClick();

        if (this.shouldRotateCamera())
            this.rotateCamera();

        if (this.shouldLeaveGame())
            this.leaveGame();
    }

    public void setHovering(boolean hovering){
        isHovering = hovering;
    }

    public void setOptionMenuOpen(boolean optionsOpen){
        isInOptionMenu = optionsOpen;
    }

    public int ABC2ReactionTime(int waitingTime){
        long menuOpenOption = isHovering ? ABCUtil.OPTION_MENU_OPEN : 0;
        long hoverOption = isInOptionMenu ? ABCUtil.OPTION_HOVERING : 0;

        int reactionTime = this.generateReactionTime(this.generateBitFlags(waitingTime,menuOpenOption,hoverOption));
        General.println("ABC2 reaction time: "+reactionTime);
        return reactionTime;
    }
}

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Before doing an action should do this:

if (Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES.isEmpty())
				Antiban.generateTrackers(General.random(2137, 3352), false);
			else
				Antiban.generateTrackers(Utils.get().calculateAverage(Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES), false);
			final int reaction_time = Antiban.getReactionTime();
			Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES.add(reaction_time);
			Antiban.sleepReactionTime();

After timing and completing the action should looks something like this:

Antiban.generateTrackers((int) (System.currentTimeMillis() - start), false);
Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES.add(Antiban.getReactionTime());

Also during an action like "woodcutting" you should use:

Antiban.timedActions();

Hope this helps man!

If you'd like for me to provide the Antiban used for the above file PM me.

Edited by Miracle

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On 5/20/2019 at 12:24 AM, Miracle said:

Before doing an action should do this:

if (Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES.isEmpty())
				Antiban.generateTrackers(General.random(2137, 3352), false);
			else
				Antiban.generateTrackers(Utils.get().calculateAverage(Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES), false);
			final int reaction_time = Antiban.getReactionTime();
			Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES.add(reaction_time);
			Antiban.sleepReactionTime();

After timing and completing the action should looks something like this:

Antiban.generateTrackers((int) (System.currentTimeMillis() - start), false);
Vars.get().WAIT_TIMES.add(Antiban.getReactionTime());

Also during an action like "woodcutting" you should use:

Antiban.timedActions();

Hope this helps man!

If you'd like for me to provide the Antiban used for the above file PM me.

@Miracle thanks for responding :)

Does generateTrackers() create variables that are used in the timed actions?  I'm a little confused by the api: 
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On 6/12/2019 at 2:05 PM, TheGengar said:

I'm no expert by any means, but this is what I have written down in my Antiban class when I was learning this

* Generates variables that are essential in performing anti-ban, while the player is waiting for something. To be
* more specific, it targets how often the mouse should leave the game area. When an entity is clicked which
* requires the player to wait a variable amount of time, this method should be called right after.
*
* You should implement reaction times (and generate trackers off that reaction time) anytime you are performing
* an action that will take a variable amount of time. You might find it is too slow, but this is how ABC2 works
* for everything.
*
* Should be called after the action we are reacting too (i.e. after reacting to not chopping tree) and after the
* sleep. After this, ABCUtil should leave game and leave game should be called. This can be done via calling
* timedActions defined in this class.

 

For an example, I have this after I click an agility obstacle:

updateWaitTime((int) (Timing.currentTimeMillis() - currentTime));
int reactionTime = Antiban.get().generateReactionTime(averageWaitingTime);
Antiban.get().sleepReactionTime(reactionTime);
Antiban.get().generateTrackers(reactionTime,false);
Antiban.get().timedActions();

 

Yeah thanks a lot man I figured it out a while back this is an old post. This will help a lot of new comers.

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