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Macro Crackdown

Discussion in 'Prison: Kingdoms' started by Twobuddies, Jun 12, 2019.

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  1. Twobuddies

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    Recently I've been observing many players on the server using macro's and going afk when farming ecoins at peoples shops (Popularity trends around Jah_Coin and Fish). This is a rising problem and I feel as though staff don't realize the severity of this. This could potentially create a massive economic problem on Prison. For example, i'm decently experienced with coding and making macro's, and in my freetime I was able to make a macro that was about to click a buy sign about 128 times per second. This means that my inventory could fill up and I could sell in a matter of minutes. The purpose behind this thread is to hopefully send a message to staff and fellow inmates that macros and people afking are a problem. Best Regards- Twobuddies <3 <3
     
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    Sorry about the double post. If a staff member reads this please delete this one <3
     
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    Not 100% sure but I think Minecraft caps how fast you can click in the game in an amount of time.
     
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    Regardless of if it gets capped, it is definitely still a massive issue, especially at places like Amy's and Gr4veH4X's plots, where people can get tons of e-coins.
     
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    Maybe they could make it so you could only click a chest shop sign a certain amount of times per day
     

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