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Javascript semicheat
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Savok
Thu Oct 18 00:44:40 2007
javascript:if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();restore();if(keyarrow("up"));if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();restore();if(keyarrow("down"));if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();if(keyarrow("left"));run();camp();restore();

The above is a simple bookmarklet. It assumes decent Escape skill (300%+) and will move the player left at a rapid pace.
If you Replace All "left" with "right" "up" or "down" it will move the player in the specified direction.
Lefty
Thu Oct 18 12:26:18 2007
Hmm, so bookmarklets make Javascript Injection really really easy? That's depressing!

I'll have to look into how that's handled..
Savok
Fri Oct 19 00:00:11 2007
That's what bookmarklets are -- bookmarks that execute javascript code.
Savok
Fri Oct 19 00:20:16 2007
After testing, it has become apparent that "javascript:restore();" will restore you, dead or not. Annoying.
Lefty
Fri Oct 19 00:53:12 2007
yeah, but cross-site script injection is always an issue as things get more & more javascripty...i wonder how other ajax-y sites handle it? Or do they all just count on it not being solely clientside...hm.
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