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pulling my hair out, looking glass works, but very selectively

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as the title suggests, it works, but my issue is that for me it only works with OSbuddy. 

this is what i have installed for java ip6hOAR.png 

 

however when i try and open the runelite (or open osrs) jar file i get this error zMeqoI7.png

so, i inquired about what i should do to get RL or OPRS working, i installed JDK 11 (also 13 after to check if there was any diff, but none).

this lead to RL working, but then my Tribot loader AND my OSB wouldnt load.

my tribot loader didnt even give an error, it just didnt open, and my OSB gave this error i0TlHnC.png

 

can someone please help me out, i just want to use tribot looking glass witrh runelite instead of OSB

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It sounds like you currently have a version of Java 11 installed, which is preventing TRiBot from loading. So the first thing to do is uninstall that first. Then uninstall the following:

  • Java 8 Update 251
  • Java 8 Update 251 (64 Bit)
  • Java SE Development Kit 8 Update 251

At this point the only Java versions you want to be listed in your Add/Remove programs list are:

  • Java 8 Update 201 (64 Bit)
  • Java SE Development Kit 8 Update 201 (64 Bit)

You should now have the right Java versions to use Looking Glass. At this point you have three options for a client, you can use the OSBuddy.jar, our Java 8 build of OpenOSRS or one of the few browsers which support Java applets still, which I believe are just PaleMoon and Waterfox Classic (however, I do not recommend this option, as it can be finnicky at times, but some users swear by it). Using one of the clients I listed above should have you up and running!

RuneLite is not supported in any form due to their obfuscation of their gamepack.

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I would also say that if it doesnt work using Java JDK 8 Update 201 (64bit) which doesnt work on my system. You could try using Java JDK 8 update 102 (32bit) which is the only version that works on my Windows 10 Pro Laptop. I use Osbuddy with Looking Glass and it is the only Java version that works for me.

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