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  1. It is most likely your script. Are you starting any new threads with infinite loops or something ?
  2. I may be wrong but it seems that you initialize your objects in onStart(), but when you use quickstart it calls onStart(String...strings) A quick solution, to that would be to call onStart() in onStart(String...strings)
  3. Not sure what kind of scripts you've developed, but to put it into perspective I run 4 accounts 130 hours a week, I get banned once per 2 months, on max 2 accounts, these accounts also get banned during safe hours, so I don't lose any resources. Some of accounts are 6 months old and generate pretty good profit, so I wouldn't say that botting is dead, you just need to find your niche and experiment a bit.
  4. Doesn't the same happen when using closests? If not, can you explain the difference?
  5. With the mouse clicks, you can either increase Sleep Time, or try using sleepUntil(() -> getMouse().click(new Rectangle(228, 195, 287, 196)), 5000);
  6. Hey, To check if player exists in yours area, you can iterate over every player in the area, just replace "name" with the name of a player you try to find. getPlayers().all().stream().anyMatch(player -> player != null && player.getName().equalsIgnoreCase(name))
  7. Each of these return boolean value, try using these inside an AbstractScript.sleepUntill(); Also you do not need to use getGrandExchange().searchItem(), before using getGrandExchange().addBuyItem(itemName), because addBuyItem will do that for you. So your code could look like this: Main.sleepUntil(() -> getGrandExchange().open(), 5000); Main.sleepUntil(() -> getGrandExchange().openBuyScreen(1), 5000); Main.sleepUntil(() -> getGrandExchange().addBuyItem("Raw shrimps"), 5000);
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