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Create a new java project going by the name of your desired script like so:




Give the project the name. 




Click finish and you've successfully created your workspace project!


Now you need to create a new class in which to write your code.




Give the class a name (I suggest 'main' for the tutorial, but you could call it 'cabbages' if you wanted, it doesn't matter!)




Now all we need is to attach osbot to this directory, so we can utilise the API:




Then simply navigate to your OSBot.jar and select it.


Your eclipse should then look like this:




Now let's start writing the script!


Taken from here: http://osbot.org/forum/topic/58775-a-beginners-guide-to-writing-osbot-scripts-where-to-get-started-by-apaec/

But IntelliJ is better

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