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  1. Peard

    DreamScape

    Awesome, excited for the update!
  2. Peard

    DreamScape

    Hey guys long time no post, Is DreamScape currently a maintained server for Parabot? Tried out a couple scripts today and they're hit or miss. A classic Lord Killing Pro that's always worked by @Lord was giving me fits for the first time, and refused to start. Was just hoping to see if the server is still being kept alive or if you've all moved past it!
  3. Lord's a monster to say the least. It's really something else to see staff this responsive and transparent! Hope you keep it up, I know we all appreciate it ^^
  4. No problem! Glad you got it working, hope it serves you well ;)
  5. Currently on Parabot DreamScape is receiving the most attention in the form of updates and new script content. That said, all the staff is hard at work putting out new material and does their best to respond to server AND script requests in a timely manner, so the possibilities are endless!
  6. Peard

    LordKilling Pro

    Most likely :( I just fired up the script and tested it to make sure it works. Can you just verify a few things for me? One, please let me know the server you're trying to use. Two, the text boxes where you supply "Food," and "Loot," need to have supplied values to work. If you don't need to loot or use any food, simply input "0" into these two fields! Hopefully that'll remedy your problem - if not, please let us know the server you're having trouble getting it to run on, your specific GUI settings, and a ss of the prompt when trying to start up the script. Best of luck!
  7. After purchasing the script did you go back through the BDN and add it to your profile?
  8. You're absolutely right, and as a result the guide section of Parabot has a ton of well written guides for everyone to use! That said, in the case that I'm mistaken and there is not one - or that it's out of date, I'll do my best to explain it here! Creating a batch file is as easy as - 1. Right click your desktop, and hover over the, "New..." function popout. On that pop-out, you should see "Text Document." Clicking this will open a new, blank text document. This will be our work space. 2. In this blank text document, you have the ability to list specific parameters that the client will follow when the text document is saved as a, "batch file." 3. For the purpose of this short tutorial - as the poster above recommended testing, we will input, "java -jar parabot.jar -dev" into the document. 4. We will then click File>Save As> and provide the File Name: "run.bat" and change the Save as type: "All Files" 5.On your desktop, you should now see a white box, with a translucent cog in the middle - otherwise known as a batch file. 6. After that, you will download the Parabot client from the main website. After that, you will need to navigate to Documents, on your computer to where the Parabot client is saved. You will rename the client to, "parabot". 7. Finally, you will drag your newly created, "run," batch file into the, "Parabot," folder in Documents. ****NOTE - Do not try to put the batch file inside of the parabot client file, it simply needs to be in the Parabot FOLDER. 8. Now that you've successfully moved your "run," file into your Parabot folder, you should be able to double click the, "run," file. ***additional information - If you'd like to access this run file from the desktop, simply right click your run file in Documents, and create a shortcut that you can place on the desktop. BOTH the, "run," file and, "parabot," client must be present in Documents.
  9. Peard

    Dreamscape

    Hey guys! I was bugging Lord about the DS fix, and the whole team working behind the scene's at Parabot has been super swamped! From the day of the update they were looking into getting a stable fix for the client up and running so we could all get back to botting! There's a hang up currently that the team is actively working through, and Lord's doing his best to keep us posted along the way! I'm sure we'll be back to it before we know it :)
  10. Yepp, you can buy it in game at a rate of $1 = 30-45t, and more if you're willing to spend more. You won't drum up any business if you can't beat the already established in game conversion rates - good luck though!
  11. Quite a few people buy DreamScape gold. There are effective money making scripts that work reliably too. But you can only, "safely," host two bots at once. Everything is so exorbitant in cost though people are always happy to buy gold under the table cheaper than the absurd RSPS donations prices. In all honesty, I think any RSPS with over priced donations, and a clientele to sell too would be a good choice.
  12. I'm sorry for the late reply, feel free to pm me with any questions in the future for a quicker response! The answer to your first question: -After purchasing a script, you'll need to return to the BDN and click the, "Add," button that will now be on that script where previously located was the, "Buy," button. Afterwards, you'll need to open the parabot client you've previously downloaded, or can get from clicking the red, "Download," box located in the top right hand corner of https://www.parabot.org/community/ . From there, you'll then open the client, and select which RSPS server you'd like to load. In this case DreamScape. The Parabot client will load the DS server, and present you with the typical screen you'd see when launching DS. After logging in, in the top left hand corner of the client you'll see a drop down menu labeled, "Script." Click this, and then, "Play." From here, you'll navigate through an easy to use GUI and click on, "Combat," then, "LordKillingPro." Now the GUI is easy to use and navigate from here BUT be absolutely certain that when it asks for loot and food values, even if you don't intend to enter any, SOMETHING must be in the field or the bot won't begin killing anything. I use a collector's necklace, so I substitute, "0" for the loot value. Second: This is due to the nature of how DreamScape makes the client resizable or full screen. This is a bit of a bummer, but an easy fix. You're restricted while using Parabot to regular client size while on DreamScape. So, to prevent the automatic minimization of your window after logging in, simply open the official DS client, reset your client size to default - and you'll be good to go! I realise the first answer was incredibly wordy, but hopefully it helps! If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to ask!
  13. Peard

    help

    Easy fix! Go into the DreamScape client, and be sure that your screen settings are set to "Fixed," and NOT "Resizable," or "Full Screen." If this doesn't work, let me know.
  14. 15 minutes in, and I'm very impressed so far. It banks correctly, and the provided information through the paint is very informative. As a HC player who was struggling through some of these gathering skill, this is a very welcome addition to the botting lineup. Thanks for your contribution!
  15. Hey everyone, With the rsps community spinning up a little for the first time in a while, I'm happy to see some traffic returning to Parabot! With that said, DreamScape is a semi-custom server that has a reasonable player base - and most importantly it's a Bot-Legal server, that additionally allows the discussion and recommendation of scripts in game! I was thinking that it would be mutually beneficial for the coders of Parabot, if they had the extra time to put together a couple of quality of life scripts for the DS community. I believe that if additional content were released for the general player base, regardless of the theme of the bot, it would generate some welcome traffic to and around the Parabot site. Finally, we all know that no person ever play's just one rsps. They tend to seek out the server that fits them best. That paired with Parabot's wide variety of offered server support and varied content, I believe would generate a ripple effect that would be both observable and measurable in the traffic, and "free advertising," of this site. Potential DreamScape scripts: A revitalized WoodCutter A Fletching Script A Firemaking Script (old style firemaking used in dreamscape, the tinderbox must be clicked and used on every log in the inventory) *A Crafting Script (options to buy, cut, bank - or with draw from bank, cut, and repeat would be beneficial) *A Mining Script (entire mining area is included in one room with an available banker in the center) A Smithing Script A Fishing Script (one that supports donator commands would be beneficial) A Cooking Script (one that supports donator commands would be beneficial) *A Summoning Script (This skill is all included in one area after the player has gathered enough charms. All shops, monolith, and a banker are with in 15 tiles of each other, and visible onscreen at all times) The scripts marked with an, "*," are scripts that I have personally heard multiple members of the DS community ask for, that I believe would be the most popular as a result. Excluded skills from the list currently have working scripts for, or are easily trainable in game without any outside assistance. Should any of the programmers or support staff require accounts that meet specific parameters for testing or utilization in the creation process please feel free to contact me and I'll get you set up with an account that meets your needs.
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