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  1. Hello hello! Mainly Freddy and Wanted since those are the only people I really knew that are still active Is there any SPS or good walking ways to walk around in Oldschool RS ? If not, you guys should re-implement all that amazing walking functionality. That would make me come back and start scripting again Let me know, thanks!
  2. SPS2 has been released and is now available in the include. Please download a fresh copy of GMRL and give it a try. SPS requires no other includes, has SMART built in and now supports a rotated camera angle. SPS only works with SMART, There is 2 examples of how to use SPS in the include, one using OSI to load SMART and login the other just running SPS and having the user manually login. If there are any questions or concerns please post them here. I am also looking for ideas on how to create a walking method that can walk a path by only getting the position on the character once or every so many steps, in order to speed up SPS2 even faster. As of now each call to SPS_GetMyPos() takes only 1 second which isn't SLOW at all. - ShadowRecon
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