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  • Get Tiles Along Path - WebWalker


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    I've reimplemented much of the API so that it uses my own mouse algorithm, but I'm having trouble doing the same with the WebWalker. I'm trying to find a way to get the location that the getWalking().walk() method would click on so that I can issue a click command using my own mouse classes.

    I see that the PathFinder class can be used to create an AbstractPath between two locations. I also noticed that the LocalPath class has a method to return the next tile that needs to be clicked in the path. However, I don't see a way to create a LocalPath given two locations, or any use for the AbstractPath that is generated.

    How would I go about using the WebWalker to get random tiles along the path much like the walk() method seems to do to walk from one location to another?

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    You can use AStarPathfinder#calculate(Tile start, Tile end) to calculate a path between two local tiles, then walk it however you'd like :)


    You can grab the current instance of the AStarPathfinder with Walking#getAStarPathfinder.

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