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Java programmer who knows Git/Github, for an open-source "J*llsClickCorner" bot

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by Pyongyang, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. Pyongyang

    Pyongyang Newbie

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    I'm a Java programmer on Github who, in my opinion, created the best bot I've seen yet for J*llsClickCorner(dot)com's PTC section, and I'm looking for another programmer (or several) of equal, or greater talent to finish it. The plan is to open-source it, completely finish it up, and add to it.

    So far... it auto-clicks every PTC link as expected, it's GUI is GORGEOUS and intuitive, it auto-closes pop-ups, has a command line (or terminal) for processing commands, and has a unique timer set for each next click (to mimic human-user input). It's undetected, has proxy support and a super huge ass list of user agents to select from, and I've cashed out with it numerous times.

    PROBLEMS...

    a) it doesn't seem to load on other people's computers, just mine (not sure why this is)

    b) when it does start on my computer, I have to start it twice for it to actually load completely (threading/concurrency issue?)

    c) proxy system: it could be better.

    d) I want this to execute on every operating system via executable.

    This thing is AMAZING, once you see it working; and way better than any other bot I've seen for the PTC section of this site so far.

    Hit me up and let's talk about taking this open-source.
     
  2. Shirko

    Shirko Regular Member

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    I can't help with Java but I if I were you, I wouldn't waste time with PTC. You won't get paid when they realize all of your accounts have IP addresses from datacenters / hosting companies. You need residential ip addresses to avoid detection but it's not worth it.

    Without mentioning you're misleading advertisers of course...

    I think you should post the repo here otherwise we have no way to figure out what is causing these errors.

    Multi-threading isn't for everyone... you'll have to figure out which parts of code are causing the concurrency issue and make them thread safe.
     
  3. bretonel

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    A gorgeous GUI in Java? This is like a virgin on pornhub...
     
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  4. Pyongyang

    Pyongyang Newbie

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    I believe SWING/AWT has made people hate Java GUI's.

    JavaFX2 is looking very nice though.