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  1. I'm not using the Thread's API stop(). I'm using my own stop() method.
  2. https://osbot.org/forum/topic/146793-ge-data/
  3. No I haven't https://blogs.sas.com/content/iml/files/2019/07/rule6895.png tldr: Essentially linear distribution allows for all data points to be equally chosen. With a gaussian distribution, things are not linear and ranges of data points are more likely to occur than others. In doing so, it follows a more natural distribution since most things in life fall under a bell curve.
  4. https://osbot.org/forum/topic/155962-botting-and-probability/
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    Dream Server

    I would suggest having the server send to every client and tell the client to shutdown. The server shouldn't be closing for any reason (especially prior to any client closing). It's the central place to where all communication happens.
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    Dream Server

    You'd be the first.
  7. @Czar - He's still new to java and can learn beside you.
  8. dreameo

    Drop Methods

    it has always been deprecated but meant to be used. Minor either way - but you do 2 loops anyhow + extra work of having to reverse. Just noticed that whole method is shift dropping.
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    Drop Methods

    Some thoughts if your interested: Should extend MethodProvider and exchange context Reverse should not actually reverse the item positioning, you should just be starting at the end (i = 27 for ex) "script.getKeyboard().releaseKey(16)" shouldn't be exposed in the wild. Why can't it be a member of drop()?
  10. If you're interested, I've recently added user data tracking - http://dreamhs.ml/api/user/?Dreameo - replace 'Dreameo' with your name. This is new so as of now, there is no data until you bot.
  11. https://osbot.org/forum/topic/156505-dream-server/ Try to use that - if it's to difficult then you are most likely not at the right level to try this. It's better to learn some more fundamentals. And don't use a database to do inter-process communication.
  12. 1. there are 256^3 (~16 million) possible colors. Of course the one you pick (even if it's closely resembles) will not match. It must be exact! 2. Color color = getColorPicker().colorAt(yourX, yourY); You must import java.awt.color; https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/awt/Color.html
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