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  • onPaint isn't being called


    botslave
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    Hi Guys,

     

    For some reason the onPaint override is not being called on my script.

     

    https://imgur.com/Rnl063Y

     

    Tried both Graphics and Graphics2D

     

    Anything I did wrong? Do I need to extend/implement something?

     

    Oh and also none of the debug overlays show up for me :|

     

    Thanks

     

    For some reason the onPaint override is not being called on my script.

     

    https://imgur.com/Rnl063Y

     

    Tried both Graphics and Graphics2D

     

    Anything I did wrong? Do I need to extend/implement something?

     

    Oh and also none of the debug overlays show up for me :|

     

    Thanks

     

    EDIT: Nvm I fixed it - Dont open the client via the jar files in the install location otherwise the java engine stuff doesnt seem to run!

    Edited by botslave
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    On your on start have you put
     

            
    try {
                image = ImageIO.read(new URL("http://i.imgur.com/Picuture.png"));
            } catch (IOException e){
                log("Failed to load image.");
            }
    

    Also for your 

            if (image != null){
                g.drawImage(image, 7,345, null);
            }
    

    Btw remove the logs before running the script or it will run at like 3 fps

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    On your on start have you put

     

            
    try {
                image = ImageIO.read(new URL("http://i.imgur.com/Picuture.png"));
            } catch (IOException e){
                log("Failed to load image.");
            }
    

    Also for your 

            if (image != null){
                g.drawImage(image, 7,345, null);
            }
    

    Btw remove the logs before running the script or it will run at like 3 fps

     

    Hey I guess I should have added this snippet, I already loaded the image from the web and that seems to work fine:

     

    https://imgur.com/C1gqeKF

     

    As for the logs, I will remove them later once I can get the damn thing working lol.

     

    It's more like onPaint() isn't being called at all, I dont see the logging in the client console and no image on the screen.

    Nvm I fixed it - Dont open the client via the jar files in the install location otherwise the java engine stuff doesnt seem to run!

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    If you are extending AbstractScript / TaskScript (I believe that is what it's called) -- do not implement PaintListener. I found out that doing that doesn't allow you to call the onPaint() method.

     

    The script classes that you use for super-classes already have PaintListener implemented so there is no need to reinvent the wheel on it.

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    EDIT: Nvm I fixed it - Dont open the client via the jar files in the install location otherwise the java engine stuff doesnt seem to run!

     

    How do you open the client without doing this? I am having the same issue

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    How do you open the client without doing this? I am having the same issue

    Open DBLauncher.jar not Client.jar, you download DBLauncher from the website if you can't find it.

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