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    Firstly, a word of thanks for distractionslasso, and Xephy for the amazing support and help along the way. Thank you. I am where I am because of you.


    While working on a human-like system for dropping an inventory of items, I ended up writing this helper method. The idea is that you give the helper method the ID's of the items to be dropped and the order in which they'll be dropped. By supplying just the IDs, you won't accidentally drop any valuables; there is no unintended or unwanted behavior. By having the flexibility of providing your own pattern, you'll be able to implement some advanced patterns. 


    Personally, I'll be using the "Drunken Walk" Algorithm for generating the drop paths. There are many maze algorithms for you to choose from. Alternatively, it would certainly be acceptable to have a few hard coded drop paths.


    Here is an example of a drop path that you could use:

    int dropOrder[] = {0,1,2,3,7,6,5,4,8,9,10,11,15,14,13,12,16,17,18,19,23,22,21,20,24,25,26,27};



    Here's the method:

    public void dropOnlyThese (Integer[] droppables, int[] dropOrder) {
    	// the grid construction should be in your constructor.
    	// this is for the sake of example
    	Rectangle[] invRects = new Rectangle[28];
    	for (int r = 0; r < invRects.length; r++) {
    		int x = 563 + 42 * (r % 4);
    		int y = 213 + 36 * (r / 4);
    		invRects[r] = new Rectangle(x, y, 42, 36);
    	Mouse mouse = getMouse();
    	Instance instance = getClient().getInstance();
    	Canvas canvas = instance.getCanvas();
    	Inventory inventory = getInventory();
    	MouseSettings.setSpeed(Calculations.random(7, 11));
    	canvas.dispatchEvent(new KeyEvent(canvas, KeyEvent.KEY_PRESSED, System.currentTimeMillis(), 0, KeyEvent.VK_SHIFT, KeyEvent.CHAR_UNDEFINED));
    	for (int r = 0; r < dropOrder.length; r++) {
    		if (inventory.getItemInSlot(dropOrder[r]) != null && Arrays.asList(droppables).contains(inventory.getItemInSlot(dropOrder[r]).getID())) {
    		try {
    			Thread.sleep(250); // randomize & speed this up
    		} catch (InterruptedException e) {
    	canvas.dispatchEvent(new KeyEvent(canvas, KeyEvent.KEY_RELEASED, System.currentTimeMillis(), 0, KeyEvent.VK_SHIFT, KeyEvent.CHAR_UNDEFINED));

    And example usage:

    Integer[] droppables = {11328, 11330, 11332}; // Leaping trout, salmon, sturgeon
    int dropOrder[] = {0,1,2,3,7,6,5,4,8,9,10,11,15,14,13,12,16,17,18,19,23,22,21,20,24,25,26,27};
    dropOnlyThese(droppables, dropOrder);

     I hope many of you can make good use of this. How would you generate the drop pattern?

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    On 9/1/2017 at 8:44 PM, century said:


    I think the users will thank me at the end of the day when this feature reduces their ban rates.

    I know this post is dead, but this day has come!
    Thank you sir.

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