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Re: Client options for Chromebook users?

Post by gorboth » 16 May 2017 21:37

palaver wrote:b) I'm not interested in my character moving about on her own too much while I'm afk ....
Good! It is no fun to delete players for botting. ;-)

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Re: Client options for Chromebook users?

Post by palaver » 17 May 2017 03:33

Tarax the Terrible wrote:Just curious How do you currently time when to strike
Time? Heh. My solution is inelegant and involves many triggers, zero based on time. It works but is unwieldy. If I could set up a timer with the web client that would simplify things considerably. Probably that topic appears somewhere in a forum here; I'll check it out.

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Re: Client options for Chromebook users?

Post by Tarax the Terrible » 17 May 2017 10:19

It should be possible.

Try script setting as javascript and something like this..

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var delayMillis = 4000; //4 second

setTimeout(function() {
  //your code to be executed after 4 second
}, delayMillis);
Do it as an alias and see if delay works.
If so then put the whole thing in an if loop.
Then tweak the time to the most optimal.

So worth the effort!

When u get an elegant solution monk combat feels unique and special, like a beautiful deadly dance.

The next thing you have to work out after this is how to use timers plus aliases and variables to rotate the target of special x between first second and third x
Or 2 targets
Or just to focus one target with perfect timing
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Re: Client options for Chromebook users?

Post by palaver » 17 May 2017 14:51

Tarax the Terrible wrote:It should be possible.

Try script setting as javascript and something like this..

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var delayMillis = 4000; //4 second

setTimeout(function() {
  //your code to be executed after 4 second
}, delayMillis);
Do it as an alias and see if delay works.
If so then put the whole thing in an if loop.
Then tweak the time to the most optimal.

So worth the effort!

When u get an elegant solution monk combat feels unique and special, like a beautiful deadly dance.

The next thing you have to work out after this is how to use timers plus aliases and variables to rotate the target of special x between first second and third x
Or 2 targets
Or just to focus one target with perfect timing
I am "just beginning the path toward" being able to do this, w/r/t fundamental coding knowledge. Will need to study up - Codecademy, maybe. Thanks again, Tarax.
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Re: Client options for Chromebook users?

Post by palaver » 23 May 2017 22:50

I'm running Ubuntu alongside Chrome OS and experimenting with Mudlet. Taking it slow, messing with triggers and things, but still doing my actual gaming in the web client, for the time being. For anyone with a Chromebook, though, this is totally possible. If I can do it, anyone can. Thanks again for all the input.
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Re: Client options for Chromebook users?

Post by Ody » 24 May 2017 01:43

Bit late, but I hear Chrome users can use android apps in Chrome OS now? There are mobile clients. They're usually pretty lightweight but maybe one of those would work.
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