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getWalking().walk() issue

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1. OSBot Version (do NOT put "current version", be specific): 2.4.127

2. A description of the issue. Include relevant logs.: Calling getWalking().walk(); on a position that one tile around the player's position (including diagonally) doesn't do anything. I tried it in multiple places. In the image below, every time the tile is logged it is also attempting to walk there (one south).

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3. Are you receiving any errors in the client canvas or the logger?: No.

4. How can you replicate the issue?: Try walking one tile away.

5. Has this issue persisted through multiple versions? If so, how far back?: I've only used 2.4.127, so not sure.

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18 minutes ago, VladBots said:

Calling getWalking().walk(); on a position that one tile around the player's position (including diagonally) doesn't do anything. I tried it in multiple places. In the image below, every time the tile is logged it is also attempting to walk there (one south).

If you want to walk a single tile away you need to create a custom WalkingEvent and set the min distance threshold to 0:

WalkingEvent walkingEvent = new WalkingEvent(position);
walkingEvent.setMinDistanceThreshold(0);
execute(walkingEvent);

By default (using getWalking().walk())  it won't walk unless the destination tile is >= 3 tiles away:

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4 minutes ago, Explv said:

If you want to walk a single tile away you need to create a custom WalkingEvent and set the min distance threshold to 0:


WalkingEvent walkingEvent = new WalkingEvent(position);
walkingEvent.setMinDistanceThreshold(0);
execute(walkingEvent);

By default (using getWalking().walk())  it won't walk unless the destination tile is >= 3 tiles away:

 

 

I see. I don't understand why they wouldn't make 0 the default though. :think:If you don't have that knowledge it just looks broken.

 

3 minutes ago, whipz said:

Position tile = New Position(xxxx, yyyy, z);

tile.interact(bot, "Walk here");

 

Already made my own "hack", but thanks! :)

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