Official User Guide to Stealth CORE
Application and Guide made by Infamous Joe
This is a user guide on how to use my program - Stealth CORE
Before I say anything I would like to say this program requires a Windows computer (XP and up), 64-bit computer with the latest version of .NET installed
This program is currently FREE for everyone to use. All that is required is for you to be registered on this forum in order to be authorized.
Stealth CORE is a stand-alone Neopets auto-player. With Stealth CORE you may choose your desired program to run at a time you choose during your timezone. Have you ever wanted to visit the Snowager or the Symol Hole every X amount of hours in order to get the avatar quickly, but you ALWAYS lost track of time and forgot? Have you wanted to have all the dailies completed on a bunch of your accounts very easily with the click of a few buttons for all? With Stealth CORE you can do this and much more. Stealth CORE is an account manager that will build on your account for you while you are away from the computer. It is easy to use and supports multi-threading which means tasks can be run at the same time for individual accounts. There is also the option to use a proxy for accounts so you can hide each one from each other to Neopets.
1) Let's move on to using the program:
This is what you should see when first entering the program after the authorization:
2) Login Manager
To enter the Login Manager section, click to login to your account(s). Other options as well such as adding your own
The status label will update telling you when you have logged in. Make sure you know your account password, it's not frozen, and it's not birthday locked.
Multiple Account Login
-) More useful feature
, used for loading multiple accounts at once... but most importantly it will act as a quick load-n-go feature saving you precious time instead of having to manually enter your info every day you use this bot!
-) "Load List" button uses the text file "Accounts" in the Data folder that comes with the program
PLEASE use this file for all of your accounts. I saved you all the hassle of manually finding your account list
each time you want to load your accounts by simply allowing you to click once for this process
-) Each line should be - username : password : proxy address : port
-) IF you are not using a proxy, your format should be - username : password : 0 : 0
-) Once you have loaded your list, click the Login button to load all accounts into the manager and have them logged in
(3) Cookie Account Login
-) A nifty feature that allows you to load a username into the manager
-) When you login to Stealth CORE from either the Single or Multiple Account Login feature, each account will have
its own cookie session saved into the Data folder.
-) This process DOES NOT require a login unless the cookie session is expired
You may be asking, "how does it expire?"
Neopets allows only for one session to be used at a time. If you login to your account under a different browser,
your login will soon expire on one of the two (or more) sessions.
You are probably thinking.. "wait, so this is why I can't browse Neopets while using a program, right?!?"
As we always tell you, do not run a program on an account you are going to be using yourself.
A solution to this is in the works, though. This is actually the beginning stages of how my programs will work.
All of my future programs associated with Stealth CORE will pack this cookie login system. And of course,
if you are wondering how beneficial this system is.. still... you can read the description in the Cookie Login tab.
As a closing statement to my Login Manager, consider it a virtual database for all of the accounts you are using.
Once you login to your account, it can be used in other parts, such as the CORE Scheduler.
3) CORE Scheduler
The main concept of this program..
To open up the CORE Scheduler, click on Scheduler
(1) Schedule Manager
-) This is where you can create a scheduled task for the program manually.
-) Simply select the task you want by choosing on in the list, select an account (these are from the Login Manager),
set a start time based on your computer time, and you can optionally set an end time when you want to end
the task completely
-) There is also an option to REPEAT the task in X amount of hours and/or minutes and/or seconds
IMO, this is one of the ultimate features in the scheduler. You can select, for example, the Buried Treasure task
and set it to be run every 3 hours. This saves you the hassle and stress of always trying to play the game
for the avatar and/or jackpot. Many other tasks fall into the same category here.
-) Currently, the tasks in this part of the program are all able to be self-run safely, without having to set
any type of settings
(2) CORE Schedules
-) Displays a list of all schedules loaded into the program
-) Button to load your list of schedules from "Schedules" file in Data folder
-) Button to create a text file of all schedules made in the program
-) Button to remove selected schedule in the list
You are probably thinking, "damn, so I have to manually create a schedule each time I open up Stealth CORE?"
No. I like to keep things simple, and with that I made this program to be opened up and with a few
clicks it is ready to be started. With this being said, I'll tell you how to load your list of multiple schedules easily with one click!
How do you load your schedules? In the Data folder, there is a text file named "Schedules", that contains a pre-made
list of schedules you can use. Be sure to edit "username" with your account name. (Will not work if no account is logged in!)
Here is what you should see in the pre-made list I made:
-) Each field is seperated with a "|", as you can see.
-) The "Start Time" field is filled with "*", this means it will use the CURRENT TIME from your computer.
-) Useful if you want to run the task immediately.
-) If you want to add an hour, minute, and/or second to the current time, check out the other tasks that show
a different format. (*+0:0:0)
-) Those mean they will add an hour/minute/second to the time.
-) Also take note of the "End Time" field, same thing here but the "*" will add 2 hours to the current time,
so your task has time to be run. If users do not like this 2 hour time frame, I will remove it and allow you to
add your own time.
-) Status field will show either "Started.", "Stopped.", or "Waiting.."
-) If you do not set an "End Time", the task will stay at "Started.", but the program will run the task completely
-) Repeat field is self-explanatory, hour : minute : second to be added to the time for when it will
run again next. (no spaces of course)
4) Ready To Use The Program!
An example of dailies being run on my account, with other tasks waiting to be deployed.
Be sure to check the "stealthCORE Logs" folder. Whenever you close the program, the log will be saved
in a text file for you. This can come in handy for any future references!
That's pretty much it. If I forgot anything, please let me know. Enjoy using Stealth CORE!
How Much NP Is Used
Here is a list of tasks and how much NP they require to be run:
TASK - COST
Once-a-Day Dailies - Shouldn't cost anything!
Snowager - Free
Buried Treasure - 300 NP per try
Fishing - Free
Winter Scratchcard - 600 NP
Spooky Scratchcard - 1200 NP
Desert Scratchcard - 500 NP
Symol Hole - Free
Stock Market - 15,000-17,000 depending on which Stock is found first
Lottery - 2,000 NP in total for all tickets
Black Pawkeet Slots - 450 per spin
Brucey B Slots - 675 per spin
Dice-A-Roo - 5 NP per game
Turmaculus - Free
Spider Refresher - Free, sometimes you lose NP from random events though
Tyranu Evavu - 30 NP per game
Coconut Shy - 100 NP per throw, can win NP back
Cellblock Auto-Player - Random, costs more to face higher opponents
Wheel of Excitement - 500 NP
Wheel of Extravagance - 100,000 NP
Wheel of Monotony - 150 NP
Wheel of Misfortune - 150 NP
Wheel of Knowledge - 500 NP
Wheel of Mediocrity - 100 NP
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Errors & Solutions
If you are having schedules not run when they are supposed to, or anything related to the time of your schedule:
Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Clock, Language, Region -> Region and Language
This is how it should look:
Secondly, if you set the Repeat Task
feature to over 24-hours this might throw the program off. At the same time, you shouldn't
really be setting any schedule to a 24-hour repeat.