If you are here because MouseHunt AutoBot script is no longer working due to the new shiny horn introduced on 30 Nov 2022, then you are at the right place.
Let’s skip everything, I manage to patch the script to a temporary working condition. You can get it from https://github.com/ooikengsiang/MouseHunt-AutoBot/blob/master/MouseHunt-AutoBot.user.js but beware it is not in a good condition. I will continue to update the script later on.
Update: Version 2.08 available in the link above should address most of the issue caused by the new shiny horn.
The latest MouseHunt AutoBot script (version 2.04) only work on the new layout of MouseHunt. If you are running on old layout, the script will hang after sounding the horn. I will fix them in future, but currently the only way to make sure the script run without problem is use the new layout. Here is how you can do it:
First, go to Help > User Preferences
Continue reading How to Switch to New FreshCoat Layout for MouseHunt
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.
Continue reading MouseHunt AutoBot 2.05 Update
A quick update on the script to fix a couple of issues reported.
- King’s Reward no sound.
- Script stop running even when player is in camp.
- Trap check is not working properly.
- Clean up a bunch of useless code.
- Add a donate link.
Continue reading MouseHunt AutoBot 2.03 Update
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.
Continue reading MouseHunt AutoBot 2.00
Firefox Quantum update killed the script. Yes, it did. That is why I got a lot of user write to me to told me that. It wasn’t working any more after they updated their Firefox to the latest version 57 which is also call Firefox Quantum).
Continue reading Fish Wrangler AutoBot Updated for Firefox Quantum
I receive multiple e-mails in the past few days telling me that the Fish Wrangler AutoBot is broken. No they aren’t. They are running fine. The only thing that are broken is the warning sound when treasure is encounter. The rest are running fine. Check out the screen shot that I just capture below.
Continue reading Fish Wrangler AutoBot Isn’t Broken
I got multiple requests from users to update the script since it was broken like 2 months ago, but I never got any time to do it. Userscript website where I used to upload is also no longer exist. This blog’s update is stopped for 4 years. Many things happen in the past few years.
OK, I got some time and I did a simple fix on the script (Nothing is improved, but at least it is not broken). The script should work like it used to by now. I have uploaded the script to GitHub instead. Reason? Just in case I don’t have any time and anyone want to fix it can do the fix and share with everyone easily.
Continue reading Fish Wrangler AutoBot 1.08 – Back?
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.
Continue reading MouseHunt AutoBot 1.28 in Google Chrome version 27 Problem and Solution
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.
Continue reading Install / Uninstall User Script in Google Chrome through Tampermonkey Extension