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Trying to work-around LG issue...

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4 minutes ago, ScriptsForMains said:

Glad we got this figured out :)

Seems like the solution is Palemoon browser using "http" instead of "https" and JDK 32bit 1.8.0_212...  Thanks all, good collaborative effort :D
 

@Encoded @Einstein @Netami @Naton    can you post this workaround as a banner?

Only admins are able to post banners. I do think a banner stating something about looking glass would be a good idea.

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6 minutes ago, Naton said:

Only admins are able to post banners. I do think a banner stating something about looking glass would be a good idea.

Oops, saw you were online and thought you were a developer.  My bad.

Guess Netami isn't either...  Hopefully removing the tag removed any notifications.  

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1 hour ago, ScriptsForMains said:

Glad we got this figured out :)

Seems like the solution is Palemoon browser using "http" instead of "https" and JDK 32bit 1.8.0_212...  Thanks all, good collaborative effort :D
 

@Encoded @Einstein  @Naton    can you post this workaround as a banner?

We don't have the ability to make banners.

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8 hours ago, ScriptsForMains said:

Glad we got this figured out :)

Seems like the solution is Palemoon browser using "http" instead of "https" and JDK 32bit 1.8.0_212...  Thanks all, good collaborative effort :D
 

@Encoded @Einstein  @Naton    can you post this workaround as a banner?

Great work-around!

It even works with 64 bit java.

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10 hours ago, kenny427 said:

I am trying to do it on browser and I change to HTTP and also tried copying the links you guys sent but it only asks me to install the client (even though I have it installed).

Any help ?

What browser are you trying to use?

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38 minutes ago, eltotoloco said:

go into C:\ and delete the original runescape you have installed on the computer and reinstall it i had a similar issue

I deleted OldSchool runescape client but still it just says "Install Runescape to start playing". I dont understand why it doesnt work for me.

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8 hours ago, kenny427 said:

Managed to fix it. Deleted all cache etc. Now however it just says this: image.png.b8d955697fa03785d5c2766f251b46ff.png

 

Try deleting hooks.dat or save important info and delete the entire .tribot folder (be careful as this deletes saved script settings, etc.). Also obivously check that your running the same bit java for game and tribot. Finally, check what version of java jdk  your using. I think 102 is the recommended one but there could be a newer "best one" i don't know about yet.

 

Best of luck!

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If you step back and think about it for a second, the point of looking glass is to make it appear as if you are using a legit client: osbuddy, runelite, official, etc to sidestep client detection. How legit does a Palemoon browser-based client look?

Honestly if up most legitimacy of your account/client was a concern, you would probably look more legitimate using the regular TRiBoT client. That is unless you believe that the TRiBoT client is detected itself.

But determining if someone used Palemoon browser starting last week out of the blue is a trivial query, that even the most barbaric of companies can execute within a minute or two via a few clicks.

I doubt Jagex will act on it, but if you really want to up your looking glass game, try changing your user agent string on Palemoon, if you insist on using it.

This seems to have some relevant info: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?t=17887

 

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