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    2 hours ago, hooplako said:

    Yo I am having alittle trouble navigating around the new client

    Where can I find the console and the widget hover?

    To enable developer mode, either press CTRL + D simultaneously or enable the mode in the client settings. Client settings can be opened by clicking the bottom right icon. To open the console, either click the bottom left status bar message, press CTRL + L simultaneously or in developer mode open it in the Tools dropdown. Widget hover can be enabled in developer mode, it's under the Miscellaneous dropdown.

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    There's a bug with Emotes#doEmote where it won't scroll for Emote#CLAP.

    Looks like line 130 of Emotes needs to be an equal or greater than check, not greater than. (Sorry, took a look at the code lol)

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    9 minutes ago, holic said:

    There's a bug with Emotes#doEmote where it won't scroll for Emote#CLAP.

    Looks like line 130 of Emotes needs to be an equal or greater than check, not greater than. (Sorry, took a look at the code lol)

    Right..It's obfuscated so it might not be line 130 but I meant this line in particular:

    if (emote.childwidget > 20) {

    If the value is 20 (ie clap) then nothing happens 👍

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    @Pandemic

    Why does this work:

            this.addWindowListener(new WindowAdapter(){
                public void windowClosing(WindowEvent e){
                    //ctx.stop();
                    ctx.setState(ScriptManager$State.STOP);
                }
            });

    But this doesn't?

            this.addWindowListener(new WindowAdapter(){
                public void windowClosing(WindowEvent e){
                    ctx.stop();
                    //ctx.setState(ScriptManager$State.STOP);
                }
            });

    Script still running even after GUI close. Weird. Well anyway. Cheers. Love the new client looks way more than old one. its fashionable.

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