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    Memories of my old-days programs remain in Photobucket.

    My favorite Deckball trainer


    My zetapets banner that earned me quite a number of referals


    My earliest Marapets score sender


    My first IE Neopets autobuyer program, inspired by that old Eggy (wonder if he's still around)


    My valentine-inspired second version of IE Neopets autobuyer


    Sloth plot 3 puzzle decoder. Didn't do much tho, the plot ended 2 days after I released this.


    My gone-for-good NQ2 auto trainer program. I lost the source. I kinda loved it


    My un-celebrated, first IE neopets score sender. It was released on Gaming Gutter. But noody seemed to care or interested at that time. Ups and downs of life I guess, heheh


    My more known Second generation of IE neopets autobuyer. At HB, way more users downloaded and used it. I still have the source, in my backup disk. Yay.


    More memories here on clraik. Wonder what new programs will I end up making...

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    I remember every single one of these programs. And your MSAB would not have been made had I not convinced Eggy to make a "javascript support" ABer, which he ended up lying about and it was just a checkbox that did nothing... you were the first to do it however.

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    Wow, I am amazed that you remember them.
    Hehe, though it is/was possible to make "javascript support", it needs a working compiler to interpret and execute javascript. If not, emulating it by hardcore coding is just way too much. I was pretty amazed with the "javascript support" at first.
    But yeah, I didn't do much effort with the so-called 'javascript support' really, since I simply used real browser integrated into the program. haha.

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