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    BotHelper

    What it is: A class library of functions, methods and controls that should make bot creation more streamlined.
    Target Audience: All Bot Creators, new and old.


    File: Sample Available Below
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    Last edited by Kardsen; 02-21-2014 at 05:13 PM.

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    V 0.2 - Added Options Button to Form Value Control.
    --------Control will slide over the form values and provide a method to select which field values should be randomized

    V 0.3 - Added Account Import / Management Form Control
    --------Added new sample button showing how up update Account Record and Visible row at the same time.


    V 0.4 - Completed Account Import / Management Form Control - Added several functions and fixed a couple bugs.
    --------Fixed Usage Sample, When V 0.3 updated a record it used the TempPersonInfo variable fields and not the FormField Control field.
    --------This would have prevented any fields that were not selected at "random" from being the value they were set at.. and instead would have been random..

    V 0.5 - Added Tooltip Descriptions to all current Control Fields
    ------- Created Address List Management Form *Allows you to add addresses with or without names to a list.
    A new checkbox on the FormField Control allows you to turn off/on the use address list feature. Which also ties into the
    PersonalInfo.GetRandomInfo function now. There is a new variable useAddressList... where if set it will return all information
    from a AddressList item and then fill in any missing info with random data.
    ------- Added Graphical Display to the Captcha Preview Box to show that the function is working to return a value from the captcha service.

    V 0.6 - Created Proxy List Management Form * Allows you to add Proxies in format IP:PORT to an xml file.. Saves IP, PORT, LastUse Date, IsGood flag
    ------- Entries can be grabbed with multiple functions.. GetAllProxies, GetGoodProxies, GetProxyAtIndex

    V 0.7 - Changed some functions after testing.. Added new Form called BotSample.cs This is now the default form.
    It is a Example of a fake bot running. The GET and POST methods have been commented out and replaced with a Thread.Sleep(4000) call to simulate a 4 second wait on the application.

    V 0.8 - Small Tweaks to the DLL. Added 2 projects 1 in Visual Basic another in C# demonstrating all of the available Functions / Methods / Routines
    ------- To do. Make simple Bot Example in C# and VB without using Background workers or threading.. with high levels of comments to help newcomers


    Example uses BackGroundWorkers to complete the webrequest functions to show how to stop the application from freezing on long function calls (such as page gets and posts).
    Last edited by Kardsen; 02-21-2014 at 05:14 PM.

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    VERY IMPORTANT. IN ORDER TO USE THIS DLL YOU MUST SET YOUR PROJECTS TARGET FRAMEWORK TO '.NET Framework 4' NOT '.NET Framework 4 (Client)'

    To do this in Visual Studio 2010 for Visual Basic
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...vs.100%29.aspx

    To do this in Visual Studio 2010 C#
    To change the target Framework

    In the editor, open the project (.vcxproj) file for your project.

    Locate the entry for the target Framework version. For example, if your project is designed to use the .NET Framework 4, locate <TargetFrameworkVersion>v4.0</TargetFrameworkVersion>

    Change the value to the Framework version you want.

    Save the changes and close the editor.

    In Solution Explorer, right-click your project and then click Properties. In the Property Pages window, in the left pane, expand Common Properties and then select Framework and References. Verify that the new Framework version appears at the top of the right pane.
    Last edited by Kardsen; 02-21-2014 at 04:46 PM.

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    [reserved post] number 3

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    [reserved post] number 4

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    Feel free to try it out. Suggest changes to controls that exist so far

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    Version 0.7 released.

    Has a working example of a bot. Minus most of the status updates you would normally add to it.
    As well as searching the response from the httpwebrequest for win code text, ect.

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    Version 0.8 released. Small updates to the DLL and 2 projects in the solution
    1 demoing all functions in Visual Basic
    1 demoing all functions in C#

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    No comments on this at all yet. hrmm.

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    Well I can't even open the project files since it says my version does not support it... 2010 visual studio

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    It's because your using the free version. My guess is you have Visual Studio Express 2010 (probably just C# or VB and not both)
    Because the project contains both VB and C# examples you need a visual studio installation that supports both.

    Even then you might still need VS 2010 pro (im not entirely sure)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kardsen View Post
    It's because your using the free version. My guess is you have Visual Studio Express 2010 (probably just C# or VB and not both)
    Because the project contains both VB and C# examples you need a visual studio installation that supports both.

    Even then you might still need VS 2010 pro (im not entirely sure)
    I only got VB and yes it is the express version. So should I uninstall and get pro or?

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    best bet is Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kardsen View Post
    best bet is Pro
    Alright will post with progress after I get pro

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