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No matter what, Looking Glass doesn't work

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I want to start off by saying I know there are a million threads that already exist on this matter - i've scanned all of them and tried all the tips to no avail.

No matter what I try, I can't get looking glass to work. When I try to hook the client, one of three things will happen: 

1. Standard message telling me I need to run tribot in 32 bit and RS client is most likely in 32 bit. I've tried this; same message appears, saying that I need to run tribot in 32 bit (currently in 32 bit).

2. The LG client will hook to the osrs client and I'll get a black screen. The red cursor will make tracks of itself as I drag it across this black screen. Then nothing will happen.

3. When using osbuddy cross platform, the LG client actually does hook and the screen appears. However, I am unable to click or type on either the LG client or the Osbuddy client. If I close the tribot window, I can then use osbuddy again.

These are the main results when I try and use LG. 

My personal troubleshooting of this issue:

1. I'm currently using java 8 jdk 102 which I've heard is the most stable, however I have tried pretty much all of them (211, 202 212 etc).

2. Used cross platform osbuddy, runelite, regular osrs client etc. None work with LG on my end.

3. Deleted tribot, java, osrs, osbuddy, runelite and reinstalled all following the method einstein laid out in a post that seemed to help a lot of people. It didn't work for me.

4. Deleted cache, hooks etc., still nothing.

If an expert is willing to help me that would mean a great deal. I can provide screenshots, window sharing or anything that needs to be done as I've purchased VIP extended a couple of times recently and still haven't been able to use it.

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Worthy said:

The working setup for LG requires OSBuddy cross-platform jar and 32-bit JDK 8.

I'm able to hook the Tribot client to the .jar version of OSbuddy.  However the clicks will not register through tribot LG.  For example, the bot will run and try to switch to the inventory tab but the clicks dont register with the client.  Any ideas on how to fix this?

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8 minutes ago, Worthy said:

The working setup for LG requires OSBuddy cross-platform jar and 32-bit JDK 8.

When I use the OSBuddy cross-platform jar and 32-bit JDK 8, LG hooks to the client and mirrors the screen, but clicks and button presses do not register making it impossible to run a script.

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17 hours ago, cass2186 said:

if you figure this out can you post here. I've been having the same problem with it hooking, but i can't click

 

 

16 hours ago, turkoize said:

meh i've given up, used 32 bit jdk with the jar and still can't hook even with a fresh install

Feel free to get in contact with me, I'm trying to experiment with as many different setups as possible ?

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1 hour ago, jnvl2 said:

Did you fix the issue of not being able to click / type on the tribot client? If so, how did you change the heap size thing?

i found that just re-starting it fixes it when that happens, and on the login panel there's an option to change the heap size, keep it at the default 386mb and try

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reinstalling tribot and runelite jar exact same settings i used a long time ago for looking glass and had no problem with, however now am facing same issues mentioned above. tried all variations in troubleshooting but no luck this time around.

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