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Follow the steps below to get started...



Contents:

   Initial Setup

    1.1 - Download

    1.2 - Extract & Run

    1.3 - Required GFX Settings

    1.4 - How to Minimize the Bot

    1.5 - Troubleshooting

   Making a Bot

    2.1 - Map Creation

    2.2 - Set Camera Position

    2.3 - Set World Items (optional)

    2.4 - Record Calibration

    2.5 - Calibration Tips

 



1.1 - Download

Click here to download RiD. You will need to subscribe first to gain access.



1.2 - Extract & Run

Right click the downloaded file and extract with winRAR (if you don't already have it, get winRAR here)


Then double-click RiD.jar (the file circled in red, in the above image) to run the bot!




1.3 - Required GFX Settings

Genesis is graphics based and comes with Environments for RS3 and OSRS built in. You can create Environments for other games too. But for RS3/OSRS all you need to do is make sure you have the Required GFX settings >>


Remember, your chosen game/environment must be open in the background when you click start!



1.4 - Minimizing (optional)

RiD Genesis is standalone software that interacts with your mouse and keyboard, not the game... but you can still run RiD minimized. To do this use a Virtual Machine (VM). This allows you to do other things on your computer while you bot!
It's easy to setup, everything you need can be found in the following guide by Trent!:
- How to Minimize Your Bot >>



1.5 - Troubleshooting

The solutions for just about every possible problem, are available in the knowledgebase. If you need further help, ask around the forums or discord. If all else fails open a support ticket and we will get back to you as soon as possible.





2.1 - Map Creation

After clicking 'New Bot' in the GUI and naming your bot, the first step (for games with a map at least) is to map the area. This is done automatically, just by walking around the area. Click 'Start', wait for the third 'beep' then walk once around the area.



When finished, you should see a map of the full area and the path you walked highlighted in cyan. Make sure the path is correct before you continue. It should look something like this:





2.2 - Set Camera Position (aka 'blue grid')

For grid based games, like RS, make sure the blue grid aligns with in-game grid. Center grid around character by clicking at your character's feet, then adjust zoom and pan until you have something like this:




2.3 - Setup World Items (optional)

World items are objects in-game your bot interacts with. We recommend you leave it to the bot to set world items. But you can manually set world items using colors if you want. In which case, tick the box for 'Color-Based World Items' (seen in above image) and set them now, before calibration.



2.4 - Record Calibration

Similar to creating a map, load up the game, press start then wait for the third 'beep', then it's time to start. Perform 5-10 repetitions of your repetitive task, click finish, and you're done!
If all goes smooth, you should see a diagram showing every action performed, connected in the correct order/structure - like this.
The red crosses represent the clickable area on our automated world items.



2.5 - Calibration Tips

- The bot has the ability to filter out misclicks but avoid misclicks for best results.
- The bot can navigate either by clicking the map, or clicking the world, but map is usually best.
- When using the world for navigation, try to click areas without any foreground so the bot doesn't mistake your click for a world item.
- Make sure your world items are clear, and use a plugin to highlight them if necessary.
- It is usually best to leave the camera still in a fixed position, for the whole calibration.
- Be consistent with the actions you perform, and the order you perform them.
- Adjust the level of zoom if you're having trouble with very small or very big world items.
- Keep inventory contents limited to the things you need to perform the task.




Using Shared Bots


3.1 - Download Bots

Bot Sharing is done directly from the application. Just log in, select Environment, then click 'Bot Sharing'.



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