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    Default [AL][Reflection]Crude Wooden Chair Maker

    Seeing the construction forum empty made my heart sink, so I thought I might as well release this script I made to level my construction.

    Requirements:
    • Aerolib and lape reflection
    • A saw, hammer, noted planks, and cash in inventory (the script won't check whether or not you've got enough noted planks or cash, so make sure you got plenty)
    • Start with one chair already built in your house


    Features:
    • Makes chairs, removes them, and walks to Phials to unnote planks when necessary
    • Simple, yet pretty stable
    • Decent antiban and failsafes, should work but might be a good idea to keep an eye on it



    Notes:
    This script uses RSWalker and was designed for a house that looks like this:


    If your house looks differently, you'll have to grab a custom map using Slacky's MapGrabber, replace {$I OSRWalker/Walker.simba} with:
    Simba Code:
    {$DEFINE WALKER}
    {$I Aerolib/Aerolib.simba}

    also remember to change the map path within the script, put it in Simba/Includes/Aerolib/Maps. Run it, press enter and use this tool to grab the coordinates of A and B. Write those at the top of the script and the name of your map.

    Bugs, comments, let me know!
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    Congrats! I'm really happy to see this construction script. Good work! I will give it a blast later and look through the code =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFools View Post
    Congrats! I'm really happy to see this construction script. Good work! I will give it a blast later and look through the code =D
    Thanks :-)

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    A query? aren't oak larder where the best/cheap xp is? or did choose crude wooden chair for a reason? I'm just curious and nosy =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFools View Post
    A query? aren't oak larder where the best/cheap xp is? or did choose crude wooden chair for a reason? I'm just curious and nosy =D
    Yeah, oak larders are great xp although you need at least 33 construction for them. Crude wooden chairs is good for leveling 1-33, which is what I used it for. Check out: http://2007.runescape.wikia.com/wiki...ction_training

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    Hey, I'm writing my first script (a bone sacrificer), would you mind if I borrowed some of your code to do this? I'd credit you of course! It'd be a huge help.

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    Congrats on the script release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwikiwi View Post
    Congrats on the script release.
    Thanks! :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by grimAuxilatrix View Post
    Hey, I'm writing my first script (a bone sacrificer), would you mind if I borrowed some of your code to do this? I'd credit you of course! It'd be a huge help.
    A little late, but of course you can! Feel free to use parts (or all) of my script for whatever you want

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    Have you thought about making this without reflection to lessen the chance of being banned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclearexplosion View Post
    Have you thought about making this without reflection to lessen the chance of being banned?
    AFAIK... reflection will not result it higher bans... I made a script for construction which uses butlers... didn't even need to leave your POH. who can then report you then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclearexplosion View Post
    Have you thought about making this without reflection to lessen the chance of being banned?
    Yeah, I'm also quite curious where you got this assumption from as well? I have yet to use reflection but I have used ogLib which is pretty damn similar for over a year (albeit for RS3) and have yet to receive a ban between 3 accounts. *knock on wood*

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclearexplosion View Post
    Have you thought about making this without reflection to lessen the chance of being banned?
    I usually hate reflection, but for some reason chooseOption bugged out for me (chose the wrong option) so I hade to use reflection instead. Another problem was finding the build spaces using color, I had to save the point where the chair was previously found which made it less flawless. I'm working on another script atm but feel free to modify this one however you want :-).

    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch View Post
    Yeah, I'm also quite curious where you got this assumption from as well? I have yet to use reflection but I have used ogLib which is pretty damn similar for over a year (albeit for RS3) and have yet to receive a ban between 3 accounts. *knock on wood*
    With the recent fuss about jaclib, I think reflection might have a slightly higher banrate due to being restricted to using SMART and fake mouse inputs. Don't quote me on that though, I just prefer color in general because it's more fun to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristi View Post
    I usually hate reflection, but for some reason chooseOption bugged out for me (chose the wrong option) so I hade to use reflection instead. Another problem was finding the build spaces using color, I had to save the point where the chair was previously found which made it less flawless. I'm working on another script atm but feel free to modify this one however you want :-).



    With the recent fuss about jaclib, I think reflection might have a slightly higher banrate due to being restricted to using SMART and fake mouse inputs. Don't quote me on that though, I just prefer color in general because it's more fun to work with.
    jaclib is for RS3 not OSRS.
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    <slacky> I will ban reflection and OGL hooking until we know what the hell is going on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrier View Post
    jaclib is for RS3 not OSRS.
    Lol
    Quote Originally Posted by kristi View Post
    With the recent fuss about jaclib, I think reflection might have a slightly higher banrate due to being restricted to using SMART and fake mouse inputs. Don't quote me on that though, I just prefer color in general because it's more fun to work with.
    But thanks for the info regardless, I'll have to research more into it

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    You should do Wooden bookcases, they are 4 lvl and will be 50% quicker as they need 4 planks, should be easy fix, and 4 lvl is done by building like 5 chairs - 2min work.

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    I made some major stability improvements to the chairmaker, as well as making it work better out-of-the-box with some help from Turpinator and Harrier. Thanks, guys.

    Kristi's Chairmaker v1.1
    Requirements
    • Aerolib/Lape Reflection
    • Your house must be in Rimmington, and look like the one in the OP. If it isn't the default house, see the instructions below.
    • You must have a saw, a hammer, money, nails, noted planks, and the rest of your inventory filled with unnoted planks.
    • Begin the script standing next to the Rimmington House Portal.
    • For stability's sake, it's better that one chair is already built, but it's not required.

    For Custom Houses
    1. Use Slacky's MapGrabber (instructions to do so in the OP) to grab the map of your house, and save it as House.png to \Simba\includes\AeroLib\maps
    2. Use the tool that you can download here (the one that is in the OP gave me errors) to grab the coordinates needed. Paste these coordinates into the script: Point_A is in the Parlor and Point_B is in the Garden with the portal.

    Setup
    1. Download the Rimmington.png and put it in your \Simba\includes\Aerolib\Maps
    2. Do the same for House.png (unless you created a custom house map)
    3. Download the script, open it in Simba, plugin your login details and run it!
      NOTE: the SMART World Chooser sometimes opens the script to a world that is NOT members, is a deadman world, or is another undesirable world. I do not know how to fix this. The best solution I have is to run it, wait for SMART to open, pause the script before it starts the login process, choose your world, and resume the script.
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    Thanks dandandan

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    I've managed to change a few things which allowed me to use it for oak larders.
    However it runs fairly slow. Especially the state recognition.
    Does anyone know how to speed things up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uvlees View Post
    I've managed to change a few things which allowed me to use it for oak larders.
    However it runs fairly slow. Especially the state recognition.
    Does anyone know how to speed things up.
    Never mind, I've managed to speed it up. If anyone wants the Oak larder version, Ill post it with the instructions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uvlees View Post
    Never mind, I've managed to speed it up. If anyone wants the Oak larder version, Ill post it with the instructions.
    Post it anyway, knowledge shared is knowledge gained
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    Default Lardermaker

    The main difference is the map.

    Your house needs to look like this:



    You can also change it, just make sure point B is in your kitchen. (It is explained above)
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    Quote Originally Posted by uvlees View Post
    The main difference is the map.

    Your house needs to look like this:



    You can also change it, just make sure point B is in your kitchen. (It is explained above)
    Would you consider adding Woodcutting to this? There are a few oak trees outside which you can cut down and have money on you to make planks and larders, this would be more efficient for those looking to multiskill.

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    Looks good ;p

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    but it doesnt work

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