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  1. Archive of 175 region xteas I've collected over time from oldschool. Some things Included: Zeah Last man standing Cerberus Zulrah Obor Abyssal Sire Download here
  2. This is the correct ClickItem packet(#122) Action 1 (parts)(Information coming from RSWiki.mopar): Add in Stream.java: [code] public int readSignedShortLittleEndianA() { currentOffset += 2; int i = (buffer[currentOffset - 1] & 0xff) + ((buffer[currentOffset - 2] - 128 & 0xff) << 8); // if (i > 32767) i -= 0x10000; return i; } [/code] ClickItem.java: [code] int frame = c.getInStream().readSignedShortLittleEndianA(); //use to be readSignedWordBigEndianA(); int itemSlot = c.getInStream().readSignedWordA(); //use to be readUnsignedWordA(); int itemId = c.getInStream().readSignedWordBigEndian(); //us to be unsigned. [/code] Please do not post like this if you do: "Why did you name it readSigned[b]Short[/b]LittleEndianA()?!?!?" Obviously runescape must have used shorts or something like that in their code, but it was then converted to a byte, so then when you read it, it can be produced to either a "short" or an "int".(I'm not too sure about this statement being correct, so w.e) I believe that statement because, shorts are basically integers with a smaller [b]MAX[/b] value. That is why my naming is so bad..