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Unsolved Can't Add Scripts To Rsbot?

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I'm trying to add a power fisher and I keep getting an error and I've tried all methods to fix it. Can anyone upload their bot client for me if they have a power-fisher on it? My emails [email protected]

Would appreciate it, WILL + Rep!
 
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More info please, Just saying you got an error wont help. When do you get the error and what does it say? Does it have to do with compiling,running the script, opening the client. All valuable information :smile:.



edit: btw if you can afford rsbots.net then definitely get one from there.
 
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It says this:


Looking for JDK
Compiling scripts
'"javac"' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
0 file<s> copied
Press any key to continue . . .


I did look on powerbot and it doesn't have any working explanations on what to do.
 
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multiple things could be happening



1. redownload client. delete your rsbot folder in documents. and the clicnet before downloading
2. do you have latest java downloaded. and download lastest vertion of JDK http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
 
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Make sure you have jdk, and if you do make sure its located in the proper area. Right click and edit your compiler, it should have a directory like this

C:/Program Files(86x)/Java/JRE6/Bin/javac

After you find that search your computer for javac.exe and open the file location. It may be located in
C:/Program Files/Java/JRE6/Bin/javac

if it is you have 2 options
1) Change the directory of your compiler
or
2) Move your Java Folder to Directory that the compiler specifies.

I hope this helps, Good Luck




Oh Also you may want to check if your environmental variables are correct. There is a tut for this at http://www.powerbot.org/vb/showthread.php?t=572950&page=1


Not trying to advertise, but i dont want to rip their tut.
 
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