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  1. bot clicks the wrong amount of troops Hello, I just installed MyBot V 7.7.4 today, with Memu 6.1.1 I let MyBot create it's preferred instance of Memu (LG V20 Android 5.1.1) The only issue is the bot calculates the missing troops well but it clicks them wrongly. Usually misses a couple touches, I tried to mess around the Train Click Delay, but no good. The issue has occurred multiple times since I ran it today, but the example is the latest time. The calculated troop numbers in the text below should fill the 240 empty spots well, but it got the clicks wrong, it even clicked a minion which is not on the list, see the attached image. logs, lib and debug.rar could be found here, the issue happened while at "GiBarch" profile https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UIIeXepJywS8Fab47Nfv8i7GWGG0D-e6/view?usp=sharing Thanks for your time 2: L [2019-04-16 11:15:44.429] Checking Troop tab: 240/480 2: L [2019-04-16 11:15:47.921] Training 50x Barbarians 2: L [2019-04-16 11:15:53.578] Training 110x Archers 2: D [2019-04-16 11:15:55.543] AndroidMinitouchClick: 43/0/0 ms (all/10/1), $x=69, $y=519, $times=1, $speed = 0, $checkProblemAffect=False 2: L [2019-04-16 11:16:00.076] Training 16x Giants 2: D [2019-04-16 11:16:03.771] Checking troop tab: 479/480 UPDATE: I made an android 4.4.4 instance of MEmu and ran it through the command MyBot.run.exe GiBarch MEmu MEmu_2 It strangely got the clicks wrong again the first couple times But then it just did them right and looks working well now
  2. How often should I let my laptop rest? Hello, wanna start by showing gratitude to this community and wishing them the best of luck. I have a Lenovo y-700 laptop with a 4gb Gtx-960m, 16gb ram and a i7-6700HQ @2.60GHz (4 cores, 8 logical) When I am running the bot, resources consumption according to Task Manager go around: CPU= ~45%, Memory= 45%, GPU= 21% Now I'd love to know how long should I keep it running in this state? and when to let it rest. I really don't want to excessively consume its life. (currently looking through a VPS but not there yet) I know this is a general topic but I'd love to hear from the technicians here. Thanks for your time.