Runemate & NXT?

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  1. mattybrappa

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    Is this something that will happen, or will it remain on the old client?
     
  2. bytecodes

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    How do you access the older client?
     
  3. mattybrappa

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    huh?

    my runemate by default opens up the old RS client, for RS3. Not the new NXT one.
     
  4. Insomniac

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    Look for the legacy client on google or RS site.
     
  5. Derk

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    Spectre will eventually support NXT, the devs already have taken a look at the game when the first beta came out for gold premiership members only, so I know it's being worked on.

    Obviously other stuff like Spectre Mac support has priority over this, but no doubt it isn't very far away.
     
  6. Data Science

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    I'm learning java in depth. But as NXT is written in C++? How would RuneMate be able to control it? I've no doubt NXT is Jagex's attempt at thwarting us, botters. Do you think they're going to phase out Java clients?

    One thing they probably didn't plan on is if botters "crack" it, it'll be far more efficient / Profitable for us to run our business, less compute resources needed per instances. :)

    I suppose it could be decompiled, to C++ or assembly? Then a "reflection" interface could be written somehow?

    Another idea I was thinking is profiling all NXT's network traffic, RPCs. I'd expect traffic to be encrypted. Perhaps only thin "crack" layer needs to be inserted there?
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    There's also always: Computer Vision. not the whimpy color-bot type, but real machine-learning stuff. Like how Facebook identifies people in photos. The same algorithms could be adapted to runescape objects: Tree, Ore, Monster, etc.
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    I'll leave it to the CompScience & Theory guys to figure this out. ;-)
     
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  7. Fox_Niger

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    one year late where do we stand?
     
  8. Savior

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    When some significant progress is made you will probably notice it.
     
  9. chris121

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    I wouldnt worry about that yet, Runescape NXT has a history off problems and when you check the runescape forums you will see daily reports of players having issues with NXT. My guess is they are a long way off from getting rid of the legacy client.
     
  10. iRS

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    No, because they need the JAVA client for players who have trouble with the NXT client :p
    I have a 2000€ laptop which is almost 1 year old, and when i got to world 2 GE at NXT client, its lagging as hell.


    No, i don't think so :S
    I think that a color bot would be the best solution for the NXT client, but thats just me, as an idiot ;D
     

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