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  • Mouse hovers and click during break time.


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    I am using the built in break /logout settings from the client.

    Since today, when my bots have taken their regular break and logouts, the mouse icon (the cross) have been hovering all around the client and actually clicked on things that it was not supposed to do, while the break was enabled.
    two scenarios: When the bot is on a regular break (still online, just standing AFK) the mouse hovers all around the client. I have experienced it clicking on the "All" section in the in-game chat and on the "Report" buttom. 
    The other scenario is when the bot has logged out, then the mouse hovers all around the client again (mostly on the edges). I have absolutly no idea what is going on, as this is something that started today after client update. 

    I asked in the Babble chat, and some other Dreambot users confirmed the same activity on their client. 

    Further info: I am using my own written scripts (I have been using them for weeks without changes) so the mouse hovering thing does not come from my coding (I am the only user of my scripts) which makes it even more interesting how other users experience the same bug.

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