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Autowalk changes 4.4-4.5 #1001

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vilacelestin opened this issue Mar 16, 2019 · 7 comments
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@vilacelestin vilacelestin commented Mar 16, 2019

I've noticed that with the new changes to Autowalk from 4.4 to 4.5 AFK auto-walking no longer works for extended periods. I.e after 20-30 min or so AFK autowalk just switches off. I originally though this might be an issue with the server or new computer, but confirmed it was an issue with impact version by reverting to 4.4. This doesn't depend on whether autowalk is basic or smart. Hope this can be addressed for 4.6.

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@Zamazenta Zamazenta commented Mar 16, 2019

thanks for the issue we will resolve it eventually

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@leijurv leijurv commented Mar 16, 2019

i don't believe you that it doesn't depend on whether it's basic or smart

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@leijurv leijurv commented Mar 16, 2019

4.4 would just keep calculating a path even when it failed, 4.5 lets you know in chat and stops

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@leijurv leijurv commented Mar 16, 2019

but only in smart

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@leijurv leijurv commented Mar 16, 2019

ok i will add an option "persistent" to auto walk smart where it will literally never stop pathing

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@leijurv leijurv commented Mar 16, 2019

Added it in 4.6

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@leijurv leijurv commented Mar 16, 2019

This should be helpful on servers that are unimaginably laggy and let you walk all the way to the edge of loaded chunks

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