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I thought it might be worthwhile to try to download an older version of Firefox (they're all available through Mozilla) and run looking glass through the browser.  

I can't get it working with my version of Java (8u102) and was wondering if anyone had newer/older java versions that were working for LG...  Might not hurt to try. 

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LG worked with osrs on browser before last week Thursday update but every time I try to open it on waterfox or palemoon browser it doesnt start because of blocked by security settings and if I add current world link to exception site list it says 'incompatible magic value 1013478509'. I tried changing advanced java security settings but I get 'No class def found' error when disabling TLS, also I tried downgrading to Java 7 but then nothing shows up at all so I just gave up and I'm waiting for tribot to fix runelite.

Please note that I also tried all these steps on Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit vps but results are exactly the same as if on windows.

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Palemoon does work with no issues for me with the newest version of java just had to add every resource url to the exceptions list

Edit: actually you don't even need to add any site exceptions, all you have to do is run http version instead of the https, https version does seem to have security problems for w.e reason

 


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32 minutes ago, ItsWaffles said:

What java version?
I'm using Palemoon with the "HTTP" connection.

Using JDK 32bit 1.8.0_212 which is the latest and it's still not working?
I get the "No Runescape client was found" error.

Someone able to help?
Cheers.

Just use latest waterfox and use http

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1 hour ago, ItsWaffles said:

What java version?
I'm using Palemoon with the "HTTP" connection.

Using JDK 32bit 1.8.0_212 which is the latest and it's still not working?
I get the "No Runescape client was found" error.

Someone able to help?
Cheers.

you mean game does load on the palemoon browser, but looking glass fails to find it? If so, then as error suggests you're probably using 2 different versions of java or your firewall blocks it.

tested and working with palemoon browser for me:

windows 10 - 1.8.0_211-b12 64bit
ubuntu 14.04 - 1.8.0_181-b13 64bit

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3 minutes ago, eltotoloco said:

how did you get it working? i load the page and it tells me to install runescape to start playing(already installed)

Pale moon browser and I pasted the link the guy above posted and it started to load. Other than that i'm not sure how or why it worked. 

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11 hours ago, yutpod said:

Edit: actually you don't even need to add any site exceptions, all you have to do is run http version instead of the https, https version does seem to have security problems for w.e reason

Thank you mate you are absolute genius and now I finally got all my bots back to action, although I spent all day figuring out how to proxy browsers so I was only able to proxy one browser instance at the time because another instance would use same proxy as previous and wouldnt change, so I installed palemoon, forefox 52 esr, epiphany, midori which all support NPAPI (waterfox cant launch osrs on Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit for some reason)

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