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    Default [OSRS] Setting up SRL with RSWalker

    Setting up Simba for SRL and RSWalker

    1. Get Simba
    2. Install it to C:/Simba/
    3. Start Simba.exe
    4. Setup the requirements that we may need:

    1. In context menu navigate to: View->Extensions
    2. Select `srl.sex` check of `Enable`.
    3. Select `extensions.sex` check of `Enable`, follow it by closing the Extensions menu.

    4. In context menu navigate to: SRL->Setting->Override update
    5. In context menu navigate to: SRL->Update
    6. Wait for the update to complete.

    7. In context menu navigate to: Plugins->Setting->Override update
    8. In context menu navigate to: Plugins->Update
    9. Wait for the update to complete, and follow it by closing Simba.

    5. Download my unofficial Simba 1.2 (Adds important fixes lacking in official Simba 1.2)
    6. Place the Simba1206-fixes.x86.exe in "C:/Simba/"


    Setting up SRL

    1. Download the latest Release of SRL: https://github.com/SRL/SRL/releases (named: `Source code`)
    ALTERNATIVE: Download the absolutely latest (may have issues) by clicking Clone or Download at https://github.com/SRL/SRL
    2. Navigate to C:/Simba/Includes/ if you see a folder named SRL, delete it.
    3. Now simply extract SRL to `C:/Simba/Includes/`
    If the folder extracted is not named "SRL" be sure to rename it to "SRL".
    Inspect the folder "SRL" make sure it's unpacked properly, it should contain "OSR.simba", not just a folder named "SRL" or similar


    Setting up RSWalker

    1. Download the latest Release of RSWalker: https://github.com/slackydev/RSWalker/releases (named: `RSWalker.zip` or similar)
    2. Now simply extract RSWalker to `C:/Simba/Includes/`
    If the folder extracted is not named "RSWalker" be sure to rename it to "RSWalker".
    Inspect the folder "RSWalker" make sure it's unpacked properly, it should contain "Walker.simba", not just a folder named "RSWalker" or similar


    Using SRL and/or RSWalker

    Every time you want to use SRL and/or RSWalker, be sure to always start Simba using the `Simba1206-fixes.x86.exe` instead of the regular `Simba.exe`



    Verify that it works

    Run the following simple script:
    Simba Code:
    {$I SRL/OSR.simba}
    {$I RSWalker/Walker.simba}
    begin
    end.
    The output expected is something along the lines of
    Code:
    Compiled successfully in 2190 ms.
    Successfully executed.

    So now that it works, SRL, and script using SRL expect that you are max zoomed out, and brightness max as well. Some scripts also expect shift drop enabled.

    There's one extra steps I recommend you complete to avoid certain issues later on:
    • In context menu navigate to: Plugins->Automatically where you want to uncheck update






    These steps has been verified working 16th April 2018


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    As you already know, I really appreciate you taking your time to create this guide.

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    Great work, I want to get back into Runescape scripting again, and color seems the way to go!
    Please only contact me through SRL-Forums and through no other medium as that may not be me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan the man View Post
    Actually haven't looked at the SRL-OSR include as yet; how different is it to AL?
    To put it lightly, it's a notable difference, otherwise there would basically no reason to create it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan the man View Post
    Actually haven't looked at the SRL-OSR include as yet; how different is it to AL?
    In my opinion, the biggest and best feature that differs between the two is the fact that SRL-OSR uses RSWalker to allow for very accurate object locating by searching for colours in an on-screen tile. Here is the tutorial about it.

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    Thanks well written and easy to follow.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/YoHoJoSRL
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    When I try to compile it tells me

    Error: Plugin(.) has not been found
    Compiling failed

    Any help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotiskebab View Post
    When I try to compile it tells me

    Error: Plugin(.) has not been found
    Compiling failed

    Any help?
    You are supposed to run it with the Simba 1.2 provided in the tutorial. I suggest you read the tutorial once more to avoid anymore issues.
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    Make sure you using the fix simba!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slacky View Post
    You are supposed to run it with the Simba 1.2 provided in the tutorial. I suggest you read the tutorial once more to avoid anymore issues.
    Thanks I try with Simba 1.2 and my error has been gone.

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    Thank you. Going to start scripting and releasing as much scripts as I can soon. For now just going to use color. I hope SMART works.
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    I am trying to develop an include for resizable mode in OSRS, could something like this be used?

    The minimap box co-ordinates change depending on the size of the screen, but its location is a static distance from the x2, y1 corner.
    Simba Code:
    function GetMMBox:TBox;
    var
      w, h: integer;
    begin
      GetClientDimensions(w, h);
      Result := ToBox((w-158), 7, (w-7), 159);
    end;

    Does the RSWalker include use the static location of the minimap in fixed mode, or does it find the image another way?

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    Unable to get working says "Error: Plugin(.) has not been found
    Compiling failed."

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