Resolved "Failed to resolve atq"

Discussion in 'Developer Support' started by qverkk, Apr 12, 2016.

    1. Spectre Version: 1.1.3
    2. Bind Version: 1.1.0
    3. Affected Games: RS3
    4. Code Used:


      Code (Text):
      1. public class CuttingHandler extends Task {
      2.     @Override
      3.     public boolean validate() {
      4.         Area treeArea = new Area.Rectangular(new Coordinate(3175, 3373, 0), new Coordinate(3154, 3422, 0));
      5.         return !Inventory.isFull() && treeArea.contains(Players.getLocal());
      6.     }
      7.  
      8.     @Override
      9.     public void execute() {
      10.         Coordinate treesCoord = new Coordinate(3167, 3410, 0);
      11.         GameObject tree = GameObjects.newQuery().names("Tree").filter(obj -> obj.isValid()).results().nearest();
      12.         Area treeArea = new Area.Rectangular(new Coordinate(3175, 3373, 0), new Coordinate(3154, 3422, 0));
      13.         if(treeArea.contains(Players.getLocal())) {
      14.             if (tree != null) {
      15.                 if(treeArea.contains(tree)) {
      16.                     if (tree.isVisible()) {
      17.                         if (Players.getLocal().getAnimationId() == -1 && !Players.getLocal().isMoving()) {
      18.                             if (tree.interact("Chop down", "Tree")) {
      19.                                 Execution.delayUntil(() -> Players.getLocal().getAnimationId() == -1, 5000);
      20.                             }
      21.                         } else {
      22.                             Execution.delayUntil(() -> Players.getLocal().getAnimationId() == -1, 5000);
      23.                         }
      24.                     } else {
      25.                         Camera.turnTo(tree, Random.nextDouble(0.300, 0.500));
      26.                     }
      27.                 }else{
      28.                     completeWalking(treesCoord);
      29.                 }
      30.             }
      31.         }
      32.     }
      33.     public static boolean completeWalking(Locatable location) {
      34.         WebPath q = Traversal.getDefaultWeb().getPathBuilder().buildTo(location);
      35.         if (q != null) {
      36.             q.step();
      37.         } else {
      38.             RegionPath q2 = RegionPath.buildTo(location);
      39.             if (q2 != null) {
      40.                 q2.step();
      41.             } else {
      42.                 BresenhamPath q3 = BresenhamPath.buildTo(location);
      43.                 if (q3 != null) {
      44.                     q3.step();
      45.                 }
      46.             }
      47.         }
      48.         return false;
      49.     }
      50. }
      ^ while cutting trees

    5. And the error would be:

      Code (Text):
      1. Failed to resolve atq
      2. [Debug] Unidentified GameObject of type atq on gamepack 2680a30cea88e0347e221b632956fc27991a2ac2.
      3. Failed to resolve atq
      4. [Debug] Unidentified GameObject of type atq on gamepack 2680a30cea88e0347e221b632956fc27991a2ac2.
      5. Failed to resolve atq
      6. [Debug] Unidentified GameObject of type atq on gamepack 2680a30cea88e0347e221b632956fc27991a2ac2.
     
  1. Best Answer:
    Post #2 by Cloud, Apr 12, 2016

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