# Thread: Running multiple accounts and SIMBA clients from a single script

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## Running multiple accounts and SIMBA clients from a single script

Is it possible to run two SMART windows and accounts (or more I suppose), from a single script? Would I just run a script within a script (is this possible?)?

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You can do one of two things. You can either run a seperate Simba for every SMART, up to a maximum of 4, or you can File>New to open another tab within a single Simba, up to a maximum of 4.

If you want more than 4 accounts running at once, see here: https://villavu.com/forum/showthread...112&highlight=

3. Originally Posted by Gunner
You can do one of two things. You can either run a seperate Simba for every SMART, up to a maximum of 4, or you can File>New to open another tab within a single Simba, up to a maximum of 4.

If you want more than 4 accounts running at once, see here: https://villavu.com/forum/showthread...112&highlight=
I think he wants a single script to operate two SMART cllients. I'm not sure if that's possible -- can one instance of Simba pair to multiple instances of SMART?

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Originally Posted by KeepBotting
I think he wants a single script to operate two SMART cllients. I'm not sure if that's possible -- can one instance of Simba pair to multiple instances of SMART?
Yes, this is what I want to know. Or, if you can run a script within a script to do this.
For example, lets say I were to make a NMZ script that trained my main, and then I had it open another instance of SMART to then log in to another booster account that would then boost me into NMZ and then logout while the script continued to function in NMZ training my main.

5. I ran way more than just 4 clients on 1 PC, I don't think that's up-to-date...I don't think 1 single script can pair to multiple smarts unless you
Simba Code:
repeat inc(count); SetupSRL;until count >= 5;

or something

Edit : in the picture none of them are in safe mode

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Originally Posted by P1nky
[OFFTOPIC] @Pakyakkistan for some odd reason, I had a dream and you were in it last night, and no I am not trolling. I don't play RS anymore, but had a dream I was playing and I met you at GE and recognized your name and all I had to say was "SRL" than we generated a conversation (and your username being: Pakyakkistan). Ah such a relief since I got that out of my system . [OFFTOPIC]
I feel loved; thank you for sharing

[ONTOPIC]
So, I think many have been confused on what I have asked originally, and I want to restate it.

Basically, I want to be able to run a SINGLE script that would be able to control MORE THAN a single SMART client and essentially run TWO or MORE accounts from a single script.

However, if this is NOT possible, I would like to know if it is possible to be able to call a script within a script such as...
Simba Code:
Procedure RunOtherAccount;beginRunMuleAccount;Inc(Mule);if Mule = 1 then   TradeMule;Mule := 0;end;**Note that this is not at all what I am intending to do, but one of the simplest ways I could get across what I am looking to see if I can do**

OR, would I be able to run TWO SEPARATE scripts that would be able to communicate? in some way? Editing and reading a txt file possibly?

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