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Iridium77

Member Since 19 Mar 2014
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#1829564 Games Master Challenge 2014 is here!

Posted by Iridium77 on 27 November 2014 - 01:31 AM

Day 3 Mystery Challenge is Bouncey Supreme score 400+




#1800633 Hi, I am Brand New and CONFUSED

Posted by Iridium77 on 11 September 2014 - 10:48 AM

 


Why do I feel like I will get no help here?

 

Why would you post this after someone replied to you 15 minutes after posting with a VERY informative post and instructions on how to get more help if needed? 




#1773416 Username Suggestion

Posted by Iridium77 on 19 June 2014 - 08:42 PM

MyChombyHasAIDS




#1743411 Neocodex's First 100 Post Day - 4 May 2014!

Posted by Iridium77 on 04 May 2014 - 06:22 PM

Totes thought @Iridium77 was a girl until just now >_>

 

Hahah I have an unhealthy obsession with Mama June from HoneyBooBoo.. figured I was scaring too many people off though. Maybe @Sweeney will be nicer to me now that I'm not a 300-pound spaghetti+butter lover. 




#1729930 Altador Plot Autocompleter

Posted by Iridium77 on 08 April 2014 - 06:16 PM

For Windows users having problems:

 

First, download the Ruby installer (I chose 1.9.3, as it was mentioned as 'stable' on the Ruby website and includes all of the packages you'll need for this script). Run the .exe file and install Ruby on your machine.

 

This step is very important: You must click Start > Programs  and navigate to the newly created Ruby folder in your programs list. There you will find the "Start Command Prompt With Ruby."

 

Once the command prompt is started, you navigate to wherever you saved altador.rb (or whatever you called it). Once you're in that folder, type "ruby altador.rb" (without the quotes and whatever your named your .rb file) and it will ask you for your Username/Password and then start working for you.

 

Make sure when you save the script in notepad that you change the file type to "All Files" instead of ".txt files" before you save the .rb or you will get a rb.txt extension and your script will fail.

 

Feel free to PM if you have any more questions!

 

EDIT: Note that if at ANY time your internet connection drops, this script will error and fail. Once you are reconnected to a network, restart the script (ruby altador.rb) and it will pick up where it left off. Also, it's advised that you do NOT browse Neopets while this script is running, as it uses your native browser and you may encounter errors. 

 

PS: Nitro.. you rock. Thanks so much for this update!! :D :D




#1728973 Best place to find a hotel?

Posted by Iridium77 on 02 April 2014 - 08:10 PM

Just a tip... browse Incognito or clear your cookies after each time you visit those sites.. some of them will increase the price of the hotel/flight if you visit it twice in a certain time period. They use a tracking cookie to up the price because you didn't nab it early...




#1728943 New event jackpot - when to sell?

Posted by Iridium77 on 02 April 2014 - 05:43 PM

Omg ! I need 500 posts to use abrosia :(

You've been bopping 'round to different boards posting nonsensical things... what gives man?




#1727239 Altador Plot Autocompleter

Posted by Iridium77 on 24 March 2014 - 05:38 PM

This is great :) For those of you using a MacBook, ruby may be natively installed on your computer. In that case, it's so simple to use. To see if you have Ruby installed open up a Terminal window and type:

 

ruby -v

 

Should you have Ruby installed, a version will be displayed. To run this program without having to download an executable, copy the portion of code referenced, paste it in a TextEdit window (makes sure to convert to plain text!) and save the file with a .rb extension. Open a terminal window and navigate to wherever you saved the file (cd = show directories; ls = list files) and once you are in the folder where you saved the .rb file, type ruby (NAME OF YOUR FILE).rb. The script will begin to run automatically!

 

Sorry if this is double post information.. I don't ever see a lot of love for the mac users. Thanks for the program! Lots of programming handiwork.. much appreciated.