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Just now, dailysmoker said:

hahaha maybe a dumb question but idk about walkers man, help me out here buddy :p.

Sorry, I wasn't very helpful lol. I didn't really understand your question - are you trying to write a script ,and are wondering about the difference between webwalking etc? Or are you looking at scripts?

I heard Explv's walker is good if it's the latter.

Apa 

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1 minute ago, Apaec said:

Sorry, I wasn't very helpful lol. I didn't really understand your question - are you trying to write a script ,and are wondering about the difference between webwalking etc? Or are you looking at scripts?

I heard Explv's walker is good if it's the latter.

Apa 

I think I didn't write it really good. I mean when I start for example a thieving script, after I fill in the GUI and clicked yes, there pops an option that asks me what walked I'd like to use while (while using the script I think) there are like 3 options.

Webwalker, Walker 3, Osbot built in walker or something. My question is, what is the walker is the best one to choose in that menu?

Greetings

 

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2 minutes ago, dailysmoker said:

I think I didn't write it really good. I mean when I start for example a thieving script, after I fill in the GUI and clicked yes, there pops an option that asks me what walked I'd like to use while (while using the script I think) there are like 3 options.

Webwalker, Walker 3, Osbot built in walker or something. My question is, what is the walker is the best one to choose in that menu?

Greetings

Ah, no idea! That must be particular to the script that you're using (Out of interest, which script?). That being said, i'm sure any option should achieve what you want it to.

If you're not sure about how to use the gui (Graphical User Interface) (or what the options in it mean), I'd get in touch with the scripter on the corresponding script thread. This is something that should be intuitive, or at the very least explained on the script thread, so if it is not then you have every right to ask.

Apa

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7 minutes ago, Apaec said:

Ah, no idea! That must be particular to the script that you're using (Out of interest, which script?). That being said, i'm sure any option should achieve what you want it to.

If you're not sure about how to use the gui (Graphical User Interface) (or what the options in it mean), I'd get in touch with the scripter on the corresponding script thread. This is something that should be intuitive, or at the very least explained on the script thread, so if it is not then you have every right to ask.

Apa

Thank you for your clear answer brother. Have a nice weekend :).

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