Implemented $$ Timer

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  1. kristiaan

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    I am using Alpha Divination alot lately, but i never know when the client starts a new hour :)
    Add like a countdown timer when it will charge the next 0.05$ again :)

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  2. Derk

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    It start a new hour when the bot has run one hour, so basically when your bot says 59 minutes of running time you can stop the bot before it charges another 5 cents.
     
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  3. roflcopter19

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    inb4 fix. but aint nobody got time for that lol.
     
  4. Derk

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    You get charged when you start the bot and then in another 60 minutes. What is there to fix? It's foolproof.
     
  5. kristiaan

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    I mean when I am at work, I stop the bot with teamviewer. I have no time to check the paint. Then I restart it at the end of my noon break. But I can Never know when it will charge again. You see what I mean?
    I Know I could count the timer in the paints but at work it is just not an optioneel.
     
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    i still think there needs to be an app that tracks the progress of running bots on your RM account :^)
     
  7. kristiaan

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    Me 2 :p just like a copy of the paint :p
     
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  9. kristiaan

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    Yes I know but I mean on the cliënt :p like just a timer running and counting down from one hour to 0 seconds
     
  10. Arbiter

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    How would that be different from the paint timer?
     
  11. kristiaan

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    well it depends, if you botted like 5h and 28 minutes, and you stop for a few hours, will it recharge when you start the script bot again? or will it still give you the 32minutes?
     
  12. vipertrek79

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    As far as I can tell, it starts charging once the bot starts/gui pops up. While it would be cool if for that example they gave you the 32 minutes, I beleive it would just be easier to stop your bots around the hour mark of your own choosing. I haven't used this, but I assume that https://www.runemate.com/community/resources/maxibotscheduler.173/ does that/is useful for that.
     
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    Like yesterday i stopped Alpha Divination at 4h's and 09minutes... see what i mean :p i would like to know, if i would still get the 51 minutes or not xd
     
  14. vipertrek79

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    Yeah I know what you mean :p I'm pretty sure once you stop the bot that's it. When you start it, it starts a new session.
     
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    To confirm you get charged at the beginning of the hour and each bot execution is its own transaction. So if you stopped at 4h 9m you will have been charged 5 times. If you start a new bot it will start a completely separate transaction. This is standard practice in the *aaS industry, such as Amazon Web Services.
     

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