We all know, well at least the ones that have attempted writing bots on RuneMate, how sketchy the Clouse can be sometimes. As far as I understand is that Clouse stores mouse movements from all players using the RuneMate client and uses those patterns as antiban as standard client feature. If I'm wrong, please correct me. Now, to come back on the initial issue; Clouse is rather "fucky". The movements are quite weird sometimes and huge delays occur from time to time, and even getting stuck because of it. Don't get me wrong, the antiban is great and I believe it's a major reason why RuneMate is so safe to use. The patterns are just to weird, and on top of that they're used by everyone so eventually Clouse will make it's own pattern that's visible to Jagex. Here comes my suggestion rolling in. We need to keep Clouse, but make it personalized. With this I mean that we are going to create the Clouse antipatterns ourself. This happens the same way as it already happens, but just on a personal scale. You are forced to spend x time to play RuneScape legit. Out of this legit gameplay Clouse will gather your mouse movements, which of course will be near identical for everyone, because no one clicks and moves the mouse the same way. This way it will create an antipattern that is fully customized to your own way of playing. This reduces the ban risk even more, can possibly solve issues with weird mouse movements, and might prevent it from Clouse of getting stuck sometimes. Of course there's a few downsides to this, the first and most obvious one is that every player had to play legit before they could start botting. This is absolutely no option for goldfarmers who don't give a shit about their accounts. The solution is to keep the current Clouse as back up and make it an option in the RuneMate settings tab in the client to toggle between your own custom Clouse, or the one we currently use. Of course I don't even know if this is possible, technical-wise, but it was worth suggesting. Let me know what you guys think, and perhaps you have something to bring to the table yourself. Feel free to comment.