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  1. Over the last few weeks ive been developing a server / client script management system. This system allows a user to post a script to a webpage and then access that same script from a client with a simple authcode. Each script gets a set of variables like name, author, date modified and description. Some of these variables are filled in automatically like author is the user name that the script was posted with and date modified is the date the script was posted / edited. Advantages -> The users of the scripts need to know nothing about scar except installing includes. The user is always guaranteed to have the most recent version of the script. The user can see the last time the script was changed. Only the original author can edit scripts posted under a authcode Each authcode is checked against the authcodes in the database to make sure it is unique The client stores all the users authcodes so the users dont have to keep looking for a authcode or remember it. Sign up and give it a try! http://www.RS2Bots.tk ~ ShadowRecon
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