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    Logging in and out

    I was gonna create a script that would work something like:

    1* A table with 30-40 accounts with a default password for them
    2* 5 characters in each account
    2* The bot would log in one specific account
    2a* Log in one character
    2b* Do an action (quest more specifically)
    2c* Log off
    2d* Log in another character of that account
    2e* repeat 2b till the characters are done
    3* Then it would log off of the currently account and log in another account of the table, repeating the step 2*.

    It's everything fine, till the part of logging in the characters (without telling the script their names) and logging in another account.

    Do you guys have got any idea how to log in another account after the process and log in characters without telling it the name?
    If ibot isn't able of doing that, I will have to do some nasty things with something external, what is kinda sad though, ibot is much easier.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by Malkalam; 05-29-2015 at 01:58 PM.

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    @Malkalam

    I do not think there is such a function to read from external text documents or similar files

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    Actually it's the easy part.
    Setting the respective accounts in a table and setting a default password I've already done.

    My problem is changing characters while logging off, without having to call their names in the script.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malkalam View Post
    Actually it's the easy part.
    Setting the respective accounts in a table and setting a default password I've already done.

    My problem is changing characters while logging off, without having to call their names in the script.
    Can you make it login to different accounts?

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