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S/S2 Addendum: Scot's Guide To Autobuying

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#201 WarezHaxor

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Posted 13 March 2017 - 03:23 PM

The items are much more expensive and sought after therefore legit players and TNT tend to scrutinize those items much more. They're not all harder to sell, just more highly watched and if you look like a shell for abing chances are you'll get nailed either by TNT or the legit restockers who can be report happy.

#202 owleyes

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 07:04 AM

Just wondering is someone could check my times as I am using it on my main and don't want to be too risky. I am buying in a variety of shops (stamps, food, books, magic)

 

Refresh 3-5

Pre Haggle 0.5-0.7

OCR 1-1.4

 

Overall buy times 2400-3300ms

 

I am just wondering if I can drop my OCR and Pre Haggle times at all?

 

Thank you



#203 KaibaSama

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 07:16 AM

Just wondering is someone could check my times as I am using it on my main and don't want to be too risky. I am buying in a variety of shops (stamps, food, books, magic)

 

Refresh 3-5

Pre Haggle 0.5-0.7

OCR 1-1.4

 

Overall buy times 2400-3300ms

 

I am just wondering if I can drop my OCR and Pre Haggle times at all?

 

Thank you

That's actually considered a bit slow. Times around 1500ms are considered to be a bit faster, but safer. You can lower your times a bit. Your OCR is pretty high. 



#204 owleyes

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 07:40 AM

@KyloRen

 

Thank you.

 

It is so confusing. I have looked lots of other forums etc and some say 1500ms times are very risky. Or is that dependent on the program being used?

 

I will try dropping my OCR. At one time I used .5-.8

 

Or is that too fast now? XD



#205 KaibaSama

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 08:06 AM

@KyloRen

 

Thank you.

 

It is so confusing. I have looked lots of other forums etc and some say 1500ms times are very risky. Or is that dependent on the program being used?

 

I will try dropping my OCR. At one time I used .5-.8

 

Or is that too fast now? XD

I'd say it's dependent on the program. Here we consider 1500ms+ to be the "safe zone" (well, as safe as cheating can be). As for your OCR, just keep watch on your buy times, if they're too fast, raise it. If they're too slow, lower it. 



#206 owleyes

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Posted 02 June 2017 - 08:08 AM

Cheers thanks a bunch  :thumbsup:



#207 louisetje830

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Posted 20 January 2019 - 08:40 AM

My refresh rate is 4.5/8.0 sec, and i still get alot of restock bans, about one every day almost. Is it because of the refresh rate or am i doing something else wrong? i've set it to 5.5/8.0 now.



#208 KaibaSama

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Posted 23 January 2019 - 12:25 PM

My refresh rate is 4.5/8.0 sec, and i still get alot of restock bans, about one every day almost. Is it because of the refresh rate or am i doing something else wrong? i've set it to 5.5/8.0 now.

It's possible the bans are false. Right now shops auto clear which can confuse the program if they all clear at the same time. You should be able to disable restock ban checking. 



#209 louisetje830

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Posted 14 February 2019 - 01:52 PM

It's possible the bans are false. Right now shops auto clear which can confuse the program if they all clear at the same time. You should be able to disable restock ban checking. 

No i actually did get banned quite alot. I changed it to 6-8 sec and now i only get RS banned every one day in like a week. :) Thanks for your reply though.





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