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    JanDeBruin
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    http://dreambot.org/forums/index.php?/topic/1171-general-walkingpathing/

     

     

    That's a link to a question I asked about walking a few days ago. I don't think localPath is being used much anymore, as the web walker is fairly smart. I use the web walker by walking to the next tile based on my current location:

     

    EX:

     

     

    if(getLocalPlayer().getTile().getY() > 3296 && getLocalPlayer().getTile().getX() < 3192 )

    {

    getWalking().walk(new Tile(3191, 3291));

    }

    else if(getLocalPlayer().getTile().getX()<3213 && getLocalPlayer().getTile().getY()>3282)

    {

    getWalking().walk(new Tile(3200, 3279));

    }

    else if(getLocalPlayer().getTile().getX() < 3216 && getLocalPlayer().getTile().getY() > 3272)

    {

    getWalking().walk(new Tile(3215, 3270));

    }

     

     

     

    And this allows me to use the webwalker in a more detailed and specific way.

     

    It is also capeable of going large distances (Lumbridge to port sarim) on its own in a single getWalking.walk(destinationTile) call if the exact pathing does not matter much.

    Edited by SpareGold
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    I made a local path tile:

    			Tile[] tile = new Tile[]{new Tile(3045, 3235), new Tile(3050, 3246), new Tile(3054, 3250), new Tile(3059, 3253)};
    

    But how can I traverse this tile?

     

    Like SpareGold said above you can usually you getWalking().walk(), though for some areas of the map it does have issues, and paths may be a better choice depending on your situation.

     

    If you would like to still use a path, you can use LocalPath, which would like something similar to this:

    LocalPath path = LocalPath(methodContext); 
    //Next update there will be path.addAll(Tile...), so you can directly add the array, but for now we can use.
    path.addAll(Arrays.asList(tilePath));
    //Now to set which direction to walk we can use (Default is forward, so this is unneeded)
    setDirection(PathDirection.FORWARD) 
    
    //Finally to take a step in the path we call walk(); to walk the whole path, walk() must be called for each step, allowing you to control its rate
    path.walk();
    

    I hope this clarifies the LocalPath class a bit! :)

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    Like SpareGold said above you can usually you getWalking().walk(), though for some areas of the map it does have issues, and paths may be a better choice depending on your situation.

     

    If you would like to still use a path, you can use LocalPath, which would like something similar to this:

    LocalPath path = LocalPath(methodContext); 
    //Next update there will be path.addAll(Tile...), so you can directly add the array, but for now we can use.
    path.addAll(Arrays.asList(tilePath));
    //Now to set which direction to walk we can use (Default is forward, so this is unneeded)
    setDirection(PathDirection.FORWARD) 
    
    //Finally to take a step in the path we call walk(); to walk the whole path, walk() must be called for each step, allowing you to control its rate
    path.walk();
    

    I hope this clarifies the LocalPath class a bit! :)

    What is methodContext?

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    @Notorious

    Noto, what could be a good & efficient method in the API to tell the script like:

    If player is standing on certain object (i.e: A fire), then move to this other Tile  ?

     

    E: Please check... Tile system isn't working properly. I define a tile and it goes for another

    Edited by Franjey
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