MouseHunt AutoBot 2.05 Update

I’m back in the game, it has been a while since I left the game. Enjoying the Chinese New Year event and Winter Olympic event (also server down event).¬† Here are some quick update what is in the latest update.

  • Do no disturb time. (Help avoid warning sound when you sleep. Sleep is important)
  • Cheese zero warning.
  • Stop warning sound when king reward is resolved.
  • Clean up a bunch old code.

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MouseHunt AutoBot 2.00

Actually I haven’t been playing the MouseHunt for a really long long time, maybe 2013. But many players messaged me that the bot I created so many years ago was broken now due to the latest changes. I’m really surprised. I though that the bot was broken many years ago and others has took up the responsibility and make a newer version to replace mine.

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MouseHunt AutoBot 1.28 in Google Chrome version 27 Problem and Solution

I have received lot of lot of comments regarding MouseHunt Autobot 1.28 no longer work in Facebook MouseHunt app running Google Chome. Actually I’m in a tight schedule developing my own project, but I have received a lot of comments which I no longer can ignore them. So I done some homework on what actually happen.

First of all, the script is still doing great (This surprise me). The MouseHunt game doesn’t change anything that affected the script too (If you run the script through Firefox, they are running smooth). So, the only thing left is the Google Chrome itself. Yes, some how Google Chrome version 27 no longer allow user scripts to run in iframe (MouseHunt in Facebook run in iframe) by default. In order to allow user scripts to run in iframe, an additional manifest need to be included together with the userscript. I find it very troublesome to distribute the user script in two separate files, so I ignored this option.

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Install / Uninstall User Script in Google Chrome through Tampermonkey Extension

This post is intended to help the Google Chrome users on how to install or uninstall user script (or Google they call it Content Script) in their browser. Google Chrome rapid updates and changing had cause a lot of problems on how user can install user scripts and how the user script interact with the browser. To make thing simple, I’m going to introduce you all to Tampermonkey extension in Google Chrome which is very similar to Geasemonkey add-on in Firefox. Trust me, this will make your life easier.

 

How to install user scrips in Google Chrome

Step 1: Open Tampermonkey extension and install it. Once you have installed the extension, you should see a Tampermonkey icon button at the top right hand side corner near the Menu button in Google Chrome.
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MouseHunt AutoBot 1.28 – Chrome King Reward Sound Fixed

Sorry for the fix delay. Another quick fix for King Reward sound in Google Chrome. I have enable offline king reward sound on Google Chrome in this version. That mean it can play the sound directly from Google Chrome browser instead of streaming through online. Do tell me if any problem pop up again.

Wish everyone merry Christmas and happy new year. ūüôā

 

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Script Description

MouseHunt AutoBot is an advance user script to automate sounding the hunter horn in MouseHunt application in Facebook, Hi5 and offside MouseHunt page with MouseHunt version 3.0 (Longtail) supported and many other features. In a simple word, bot for MouseHunt. Time of next hunter horn and trap check will show on the web page title. The time of the next hunter horn will automatically detected without refreshing the page again. Users can customize the script according to their need by themselves such as add extra random time delay before sounding the hunter horn. Users can choose to bot safety with many safety check features which act like a human, or bot aggressively. Part of the script is actually base on Facebook MouseHunt Game Auto Horn Blower.

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MouseHunt AutoBot 1.27 – King Reward Sound Fix

A very quick fix for King Reward sound problem on¬†http://www.mousehuntgame.com/ page after they implement the login feature.¬†It should be working now. I have a feeling that they will still make changes to the game, so keep me posted on the latest update on how the script working as I’m no longer playing the game as often as you all.

Script Description

MouseHunt AutoBot is an advance user script to automate sounding the hunter horn in MouseHunt application in Facebook, Hi5 and offside MouseHunt page with MouseHunt version 3.0 (Longtail) supported and many other features. In a simple word, bot for MouseHunt. Time of next hunter horn and trap check will show on the web page title. The time of the next hunter horn will automatically detected without refreshing the page again. Users can customize the script according to their need by themselves such as add extra random time delay before sounding the hunter horn. Users can choose to bot safety with many safety check features which act like a human, or bot aggressively. Part of the script is actually base on Facebook MouseHunt Game Auto Horn Blower.

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Install / Uninstall User Script in Google Chrome (Updated)

 

[Update] In Google Chrome version 27, you need to check the Developer mode in the Extensions setting in order to install any user script directly. It is recommended to use Tampermonkey extension in Google Chrome to install any user script in the future because Google Chrome has place some limitations on how user script can access the resources in the iframe which cause a lot of problems in many user scripts that include MouseHunt Autobot. I have write a blog post on how you can install user script in Google Chrome through Tampermonkey Extension.

 

This post is intended to help Google Chrome user on how to install or uninstall user script in their browser. Google Chrome version 21 had change the way how we can install user script. Now it only allow user script to be install in the Extensions page and web store but not from any tab opened.

How to install user scrips in Google Chrome

Step 1: Download the user script you want from website such as http://userscripts.org and save it to some place which can access easily like Desktop. (You can download by right-click on the Install button and choose Save link as…

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Greasemonkey 0.9.20 Beta Avaliable – Fix setTimeOut Problem In User Scripts

Greasemonkey has release the 0.9.20 beta version that fix the timer problem in version 0.9.19. I personally tested out script, it can run without problem using this version. Below I the link to download the latest version of Greasemonkey. Please note that it is a beta version thus you need to manually down it as Firefox won’t automatically update it for you.

Greasemonkey for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/#beta-channel

 

Happy Hunting and Happy playing Diablo 3 if you bought one.

 

by Ooi Keng Siang via Ooiks’s Blog

setTimeOut Did Not Function Correctly in Greasemonkey 0.9.19 / Firefox 12

 [Updated] Greasemonkey version 0.9.20 beta released, check out my latest post

Today I got lot of complains from players whom using MouseHunt AutoBot or Fish Wrangler AutoBot that the script stop working in Firefox. The problem they are facing is the timer only manage to run half way (maybe 2 – 3 seconds) then it stop. While the other browsers can run the script without any problem at all. This is because Greasemonkey just push out their latest update 0.9.19 to your Firefox browser without you knowing and this version screw up the setTimeOut javascript function which is used to run the timer in the script. In version 0.9.19, they claim to have a better version of setTimeOut function wrapper, but in fact it screw thing up. Maybe you wondering why the in game timer run without any problem but that is because they are using the actual javascript engine offer in Firefox and not though Greasemonkey like user script.

What you can do then? For the mean time, use other browsers like Opera or Chrome until there is another update by Greasemonkey that fix this problem. Or you still insist want to use Firefox? Then you will need to downgrade your Greasemonkey version. How to do it? First, uninstall your Greasemonkey add-on in Firefox then restart your Firefox. Then go to install version 0.9.18 instead. you might need to reinstall the user script too. Please note that your friendly Firefox will try to help you update the Greasemonkey to the latest version if you restart Firefox.

Let’s keep our fingers cross that Greasemonkey release an update to fix this mess. I will update you all when a better solution found.

by Ooi Keng Siang via Ooiks’s Blog