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    wisetiger33
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    hello,  if anybody knows what that does mean and if it's problematic, then thank you! " [WARN] SkillTracker may not have been started. See SkillTracker#start for more info." message from dreambot. Can it get detected more easly if it has this message?   Thank you!

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    That shouldn't have anything to do with being detected, it just means whatever script you're using likely didn't start the SkillTracker within DreamBot to accurately see changes.

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    Having  the following line in onPaint() throws this warning

    SkillTracker.getGainedExperience(Skill.COOKING)
    

     

    Some scripts dont register SkillTracker.start(Skill.COOKING); untill the user is logged in/ completed the GUI as starting the tracker prior to login usually results in weird exp gained

     

    @Pandemic Does this warning fire only when DevMode is on?

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    6 hours ago, TheCloakdOne said:

    Having  the following line in onPaint() throws this warning

    SkillTracker.getGainedExperience(Skill.COOKING)
    

     

    Some scripts dont register SkillTracker.start(Skill.COOKING); untill the user is logged in/ completed the GUI as starting the tracker prior to login usually results in weird exp gained

     

    @Pandemic Does this warning fire only when DevMode is on?

    I made a change to not fire that warning if you're not logged in yet, and added a hasStarted(Skill) for checking. The warning will fire regardless of Dev Mode, but that's a good idea. I'll have it warn in the status bar if dev mode, or just a normal log otherwise. :)

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