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    Good AAA buy speed?

    Just wondering, what would make a safe Attic buy speed? 2500ms? it can be faster than normal shops, I know that

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    I have read people that had a buy speed of 700~800 ms

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    Where did you read that? that seems phenomally fast, even without haggle screen.
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    I have no logging currently but the above is possible. It is also worth noteing that the clock on neopets pages is added using javascript onload , due to this its 1 second out. True nst time is -1 second to the ticker on the site you can verify that using microsoft time servers in the same timezone as neos servers. I don't know if public bots are using the website to get nst time but if so they may be 1 second out.. My servers use nst as there operating system timezone , so when I call time.time() I get the true nst time as set by microsoft time servers.

    I think the best way to get around this in public bots would be to detect the users current timezone and convert that to nst timezone time , find a bot that works like that grabbing time off neo is never going to be perfect due to delays sending u the data ect.
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    Good AAA buy speed?

    I've had under 500ms before. I calculate the time it's taken to detect the item until after purchase and ensuring item is bought.

    Edit: this is with my current AAA buyer

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    Wow, and no bans from that? 500-700 is barely humanly possible, considering the 200 ms reaction time, the recognition of a good item time, and the point and click time. Would the general consensus be to have the buy time at around 700ms, and the time interval set in around 53-54, assuming real Neopets time is -1 secs of listed time?

    I just ran it for 5 hrs, with a 2000 ms time, refreshing between 50- 56. In that interval it only spotted two items, both of which were barely UB, and both of which I failed to buy. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moo8985 View Post
    Wow, and no bans from that? 500-700 is barely humanly possible, considering the 200 ms reaction time, the recognition of a good item time, and the point and click time. Would the general consensus be to have the buy time at around 700ms, and the time interval set in around 53-54, assuming real Neopets time is -1 secs of listed time?

    I just ran it for 5 hrs, with a 2000 ms time, refreshing between 50- 56. In that interval it only spotted two items, both of which were barely UB, and both of which I failed to buy. lol.
    I actually did end up getting banned afterwards. Keep in mind this was when I first released my AAA Buyer back 2 years ago? I think because all I did was AAA AB they caught on, or maybe I was doing other crap. But when the Attic was first released I think TNT was all over it as well, now it's very settled and people aren't reporting being frozen for ABing in there.

    I think it takes less than 100MS for my program to detect the item and then another 400-500MS to make the purchase by clicking the URL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infamous Joe View Post
    I think it takes less than 100MS for my program to detect the item and then another 400-500MS to make the purchase by clicking the URL.
    So, you set your buy delay to 100- 200ms to get the 700ms total buy time?

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