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#59813
did we ever decide on what mining crystal to use? 3 Months ago Karma: 0
survey scanner and t2 B crystal doesn't work for me. laser runs its cycle only to find the roid popped at the beginning of previous cycle.

anyone else have better luck cycling strip miners?
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#59814
Re: did we ever decide on what mining crystal to use? 3 Months ago Karma: 785
Laser end of work time prediction will not work if you use crystals with high residue chance. Try to set all lasers to the same asteroid. Bot will see that asteroid popped and lasers do not mine anything. If this will not work as you like you may fake laser data.

Open algorithm editor and edit mining algorithm. You need to add parameters to each occurrence of getlasersdata module. Set mining amount to 200% or 300% of original speed and bot will cycle lasers on 1/2 or 1/3 of duration. Save edited algo in scripts folder and start custom algorithm (selection on front page of the bot)
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#59815
Re: did we ever decide on what mining crystal to use? 3 Months ago Karma: 0
now that i created the new script it wants me to change my license, is that the expected behavior? if my script doesnt work and i want to go back to the original method will i have to wait 24 hours for new license?
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#59817
Re: did we ever decide on what mining crystal to use? 3 Months ago Karma: 785
Name your script like original algorithm and save in scripts directory. Name of a script used to open different form (miner, courier, trader) which will require own license

p.s. Wanted to add, if you edit all parameters (mining amount, optimal range, duration) bot will skip laser check in game.
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#59820
Re: did we ever decide on what mining crystal to use? 2 Months, 4 Weeks ago Karma: 0
struggling here
getting this error


i made my modifications like this and named the file eveminer.txt in scripts. any help?
File Attachment:
File Name: custommacro.png
File Size: 257798
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#59824
Re: did we ever decide on what mining crystal to use? 2 Months, 4 Weeks ago Karma: 785
In algorithm editor:
1) You should select algorithm and click button "default" to load it to editor.
2) Right list will be filled with a text. Click on any line containing "GetLasersData", you will load this line for editing.
3) Edit fields, click ADD button to send edited line back to algorithm.
4) When all lines were edited, click "SAVE" to save copy of algorithm to scripts folder. Dont change name, use the same name as initial algorithm.

In bot:
Switch to front page of the bot and select custom algorithms, you will see your edited algo here
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