V2.98.1 is now available! Apologies for not posting many of the recent changelogs here, they've been scattered throughout slack and discord but I plan to start posting them here again. Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy * Minimap.isInteractable() is now used in a larger portion of the API and the usage that had been included with the last release has been redone. For those who don't recall, the Minimap class is a public API for verification whether or not the minimap can actually be interacted with, helping you know whether or not it should fallback to viewport walking, along with controlling the rendering of the minimap and compass. * Made several player sense adjustments related to the change in the default distance algorithm a while back. * Added many more @Nullable and @NonNull annotations so we can do more static analysis on the code that bot authors push and auto-reject code that violates the annotation contracts. It also will make also make it so Kotlin is able to better decide if a call is null safe or not. * Cleaned up Coordinate.getInteractionPoint(), added additional logging to it in debugging mode (@Party if your debugging was accurate, this should fix the idling in Prime PestControl and other bots that have mechanisms where the player is pulled into a new region without notice). * Rewrote Path.isEligibleToStep which is responsible for handling spacing steps out when the related TraversalOption is specified. * Improved the logic powering the traversal of CoordinatePaths * Extended the maximum distance that we consider points visible (aka the interaction distance from 17 to 20 coordinates) (particularly relevant due to euclidean being changed to manhattan distancing a while back). 20 turns out to be the maximum universal safe distance following all the changes to zoom that were made by Jagex a while back. It's not the final solution for this but it's a step in the right direction, hopefully this will ease your frustrations slightly @Gengsta ) * General code cleanup to make it easier to switch IPC mechanisms in the future (and in the short term reduce boilerplate code). On another note, bots that were refusing to queue for the last several days without warning should now enter it as is to be expected.