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Are you using dialogues.clickContinue() ? This doesn't actually click continue anymore, but just does typeString(" "). So if pressing space doesn't cause it to continue, it's not going to work and you would have to implement it yourself using widgets.getWidgetContainingText("Click to continue") then interacting or something similar.

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Are you using dialogues.clickContinue() ? This doesn't actually click continue anymore, but just does typeString(" "). So if pressing space doesn't cause it to continue, it's not going to work and you would have to implement it yourself using widgets.getWidgetContainingText("Click to continue") then interacting or something similar.

 

Yea, i'm using this line of code.. Thanks for the reply tho!

			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You retrieve a bar of bronze") != null) {
					// Closing dialogue
					if (getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()){
					    getDialogues().clickContinue();
					//sleep
					}
			}
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What happens when you put some log statements in there? Is the clickContinue part executed? IsPendingContinuation() checks for the "Please wait..." message as far as I know, so I doubt it even gets executed tongue.png

Edit, try this ^^

 

RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText(162, "Click to continue");
        if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
            log("a");
            if (!getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()){
                log("b");
                w.interact();
            }
        }
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What happens when you put some log statements in there? Is the clickContinue part executed? IsPendingContinuation() checks for the "Please wait..." message as far as I know, so I doubt it even gets executed tongue.png

Edit, try this ^^

 

RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText(162, "Click to continue");
        if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
            log("a");
            if (!getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()){
                log("b");
                w.interact();
            }
        }

 

 

I don't think

getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()

Works too well on Tutorial Island iirc.

 

Use widgets

 

Will try this tomorrow! Thanks for the reply!

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I don't think

getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()

Works too well on Tutorial Island iirc.

 

Use widgets

 

Hey Explv, it doesn't do anything nor logging a and b.. 

	if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You retrieve a bar of bronze") != null) {
				// Closing dialogue
				log("Does this even work?");
				RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText(162, "Click to continue");
		        if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
		            log("a");
		            if (!getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()){
		                log("b");
		                w.interact();
		            }
		        }
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Hey Explv, it doesn't do anything nor logging a and b.. 

	if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You retrieve a bar of bronze") != null) {
				// Closing dialogue
				log("Does this even work?");
				RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText(162, "Click to continue");
		        if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
		            log("a");
		            if (!getDialogues().isPendingContinuation()){
		                log("b");
		                w.interact();
		            }
		        }

 

 

Try

RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Click to continue");
if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
    log("a");
    w.interact();
}

Just put it at the start of your onLoop. You don't really need to check if you have just retrieved a bar of bronze, you should just always check if continue needs clicking, and click it if it does.

 

By the way a simpler way of determining if you have retrieved a bar of bronze would be to do:

if(getInventory().contains("Bronze bar"))
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Neither of those work.. It just does nothing. This is my stage5. (Mining and Smithing area).

case STAGE5: // Mining area
			
			NPC miningInstructor = npcs.closest("Mining Instructor");
			Entity tinRocks = objects.closest(TINROCKS_ID);
			Entity copperRock = objects.closest(COPPERROCK_ID);
			Entity furnace = objects.closest(FURNACE_ID);
			
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Mining and Smithing") != null) {
				// Talking to Mining Instructor
				log("Talking to Mining Instructor");
				miningInstructor.interact("Talk-to");
			} else {
				dialogueGuide();
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Try it now on one of the rocks indicated") != null) {
				// Prospecting tin ore
				log("Prospecting ore.");
				tinRocks.interact("Prospect");
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("It's tin") != null) {
				// Prospecting tin ore
				log("Prospecting ore.");
				copperRock.interact("Prospect");
				camera.toEntity(copperRock);
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("It's copper") != null) {
				// Talking to Mining Instructor
				log("Talking to Mining Instructor");
				miningInstructor.interact("Talk-to");
				sleep(random(600,700));
			} else {
				dialogueGuide();
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("It's quite simple really") != null) {
				// Mining tin ore
				log("Mining tin ore");
				tinRocks.interact("Mine");
				camera.toEntity(tinRocks);
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Now you have some tin ore") != null) {
				// Mining copper ore
				log("Mining copper ore.");
				copperRock.interact("Mine");
				camera.toEntity(copperRock);
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You should now have both some copper and tin ore") != null) {
				// Smelting a bronze bar
				getTabs().open(Tab.INVENTORY);
				log("Smelting bronze bar");
				getInventory().interact("Use", "Tin ore");
				furnace.interact("Use");
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You retrieve a bar of bronze") != null) {
				// Closing dialogue
				log("Does this even work?");
				RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Click to continue");
				if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
				    log("a");
				    w.interact();
				}
			}
			break;
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Neither of those work.. It just does nothing. This is my stage5. (Mining and Smithing area).

case STAGE5: // Mining area
			
			NPC miningInstructor = npcs.closest("Mining Instructor");
			Entity tinRocks = objects.closest(TINROCKS_ID);
			Entity copperRock = objects.closest(COPPERROCK_ID);
			Entity furnace = objects.closest(FURNACE_ID);
			
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Mining and Smithing") != null) {
				// Talking to Mining Instructor
				log("Talking to Mining Instructor");
				miningInstructor.interact("Talk-to");
			} else {
				dialogueGuide();
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Try it now on one of the rocks indicated") != null) {
				// Prospecting tin ore
				log("Prospecting ore.");
				tinRocks.interact("Prospect");
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("It's tin") != null) {
				// Prospecting tin ore
				log("Prospecting ore.");
				copperRock.interact("Prospect");
				camera.toEntity(copperRock);
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("It's copper") != null) {
				// Talking to Mining Instructor
				log("Talking to Mining Instructor");
				miningInstructor.interact("Talk-to");
				sleep(random(600,700));
			} else {
				dialogueGuide();
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("It's quite simple really") != null) {
				// Mining tin ore
				log("Mining tin ore");
				tinRocks.interact("Mine");
				camera.toEntity(tinRocks);
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Now you have some tin ore") != null) {
				// Mining copper ore
				log("Mining copper ore.");
				copperRock.interact("Mine");
				camera.toEntity(copperRock);
				sleep(random(600,700));
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You should now have both some copper and tin ore") != null) {
				// Smelting a bronze bar
				getTabs().open(Tab.INVENTORY);
				log("Smelting bronze bar");
				getInventory().interact("Use", "Tin ore");
				furnace.interact("Use");
			}
			if (getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("You retrieve a bar of bronze") != null) {
				// Closing dialogue
				log("Does this even work?");
				RS2Widget w = getWidgets().getWidgetContainingText("Click to continue");
				if (w != null && w.isVisible()) {
				    log("a");
				    w.interact();
				}
			}
			break;

 

That would be a whole lot simpler with configs. Using dialogs to determine progress seems like it could be very unreliable.

 

Also does the log "Does this even work?"  show up?

 

You could always use the widget values e.g. getWidgets().get(int parent, int child);

 

 

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