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    UnusualPerson
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    Hi, 

    I am currently making my first script and I wanted to make a tanner script. But when te bot clicks on the tanner to "trade", but when the widget pops up the cursor won't click on the widget I have selected. I know I have found the right widget but I don't now how to fix this.

    Is there a kind person out here who can help me overcome this problem?

     

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    @TheCloakdOne, thank you for your quick respond. I have seen an awnser like yours somewhere else, but I can't figure out what you mean with the rectangle widget. Do you mean the I have to use the big rectangle widget that is around the leather that I want to trade, for example black d'leather? I can show ony screenshots because osrs is under maintenance...

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    7 hours ago, UnusualPerson said:

    @TheCloakdOne, thank you for your quick respond. I have seen an awnser like yours somewhere else, but I can't figure out what you mean with the rectangle widget. Do you mean the I have to use the big rectangle widget that is around the leather that I want to trade, for example black d'leather? I can show ony screenshots because osrs is under maintenance...

    You should be able to use a widget, even though it may not have the action you need.

    So just grab a widget for the rectangle that is around the leather, and call Widget.interact();

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    2 hours ago, AsBakedAsCake said:

    You should be able to use a widget, even though it may not have the action you need.

    So just grab a widget for the rectangle that is around the leather, and call Widget.interact();

    Widgets for leather are layered so you always end up clicking the wrong one, best way to avoid is get the widget then interact via .getRectangle() while forcing right click for the option you want

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