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trade.acceptTrade() clicking wrong button?

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Hey guys :) I've noticed this can happen sometimes, usually after account is running for a longer time when calling:

trade.acceptTrade();

Instead of accepting the trade, it clicks on decline button instead, not even clicking but just hover it and returns true despite.

Any ideas what could be the cause of this?

Thanks!

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Most likely yeah, doesn't happen always but just sometimes. I'm running about 35+ clients.

Hmm, I'm using conditional loop, but since it returns true even if it doesn't behave correctly its kinda useless :/

 

new ConditionalLoop(getBot(), 3)
{
    @Override
    public boolean condition()
    {
        return !trade.acceptTrade();
    }
}.start();
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private void acceptTrades() {
		if (trade.isFirstInterfaceOpen() && trade.didOtherAcceptTrade()) {
			log("Accepting first trade");
			gpmade = gpmade + Math.toIntExact(trade.getTheirOffers().getAmount("Coins"));
			trade.acceptTrade();
			new ConditionalSleep(10000) {

				@Override
				public boolean condition() throws InterruptedException {
					return trade.isSecondInterfaceOpen();
				}
			}.sleep();
		} else if (trade.isSecondInterfaceOpen()) {
			log("Accepting second trade");
			trade.acceptTrade();
			new ConditionalSleep(10000) {

				@Override
				public boolean condition() throws InterruptedException {
					return !trade.isCurrentlyTrading();
				}
			}.sleep();
		}
	}

Thats mine, works everytime i dont run 35+ clients but i have tested it on 10 running for a few days and not one problem

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4 minutes ago, whipz said:

private void acceptTrades() {
		if (trade.isFirstInterfaceOpen() && trade.didOtherAcceptTrade()) {
			log("Accepting first trade");
			gpmade = gpmade + Math.toIntExact(trade.getTheirOffers().getAmount("Coins"));
			trade.acceptTrade();
			new ConditionalSleep(10000) {

				@Override
				public boolean condition() throws InterruptedException {
					return trade.isSecondInterfaceOpen();
				}
			}.sleep();
		} else if (trade.isSecondInterfaceOpen()) {
			log("Accepting second trade");
			trade.acceptTrade();
			new ConditionalSleep(10000) {

				@Override
				public boolean condition() throws InterruptedException {
					return !trade.isCurrentlyTrading();
				}
			}.sleep();
		}
	}

Thats mine, works everytime i dont run 35+ clients but i have tested it on 10 running for a few days and not one problem

Hey, I had something similar prior running so many clients and worked just perfectly, the issue occured only when running as much... I made it with conditional sleeps and loops now and seems to be working so far :D 

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1 hour ago, Johnxtrem said:

Most likely yeah, doesn't happen always but just sometimes. I'm running about 35+ clients.

Hmm, I'm using conditional loop, but since it returns true even if it doesn't behave correctly its kinda useless :/

 


new ConditionalLoop(getBot(), 3)
{
    @Override
    public boolean condition()
    {
        return !trade.acceptTrade();
    }
}.start();

Hey I'm pretty new to scripting and I was gotcha wondering how you made the bot into an integer. My guess is you put all the slaves into an array list 0-34?

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