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    ATwerkinHobo
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    Trying to get some help here as I'm at a loss to figure out what's happened.

    I've been using IntelliJ successfully for the past day or so and managed to get a good script started.  Something seems to have happened and now I can't get local scripts to run.  Whenever I select the script and try start it the window doesn't close and nothing happens.  

    My first thought was that I screwed up, so I've already gone back over the script and couldn't find any issues.  When that wouldn't work I created a new project and copied the code in there.  It compiled fine in IntelliJ (apparently), but when I refresh local scripts in DreamBot the new script doesn't appear.  This is happening for all local scripts I try create, whether it's the original script I've been working on or a blank new script, nothing seems to be updating in DreamBot.

    The library details in IntelliJ have been set up based on a demo video as well as the artefacts (this was working fine for quite some time).  I've also already tried to uninstall/reinstall IntelliJ without any success.

    If anyone is able to help me out here it would be greatly appreciated.

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    I thought that but couldn't find where it had gone wrong and figures something else could be happening.  I created a blank new script that did nothing but enter an entry into the log, and when I tried to build the project it wouldn't create the .JAR file in the output directory..

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