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    Is there a way to find out what script is deciding what semi-rare I should get and getting it for me? I recently installed a couple of scripts including CounterChecker, Universal_recovery, and possibly a few others. Instead of stopping and letting me know that a semi-rare is coming up, mafia goes forward and decides to get the most profitable one for me, without asking. Which would be nice, except I like to keep up some of my stocks of semi-rares, and am trying to max out my pool skills.

    Any idea how I determine what is doing this, other than uninstalling scripts and waiting until I get a semi-rare and seeing if things changed?

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    I'm pretty sure it's CounterChecker earning you as much meat as possible in aftercore. I also think there's an editable list of semirares to consider, if that's actually the script doing it.

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    You can find out which script is automating your counters by copy/pasting the following into the cli and hitting enter:

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    get counterScript
    You can then disable it by doing

    Code:
    set counterScript =

    I'm pretty sure it's CounterChecker earning you as much meat as possible in aftercore. I also think there's an editable list of semirares to consider, if that's actually the script doing it.
    Originally Posted by lostcalpolydude View Post
    CounterChecker does not have such a feature. I was considering it for some time, but it seemed like a PITA to add that feature since I wasn't going to use it.

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    Kind of does.
    Code:
    item [location] semi_rare;
    	semi_rare[$location[The Haunted Billiards Room]] = $item[cube of billiard chalk];
    	semi_rare[$location[Cobb's Knob Menagerie\, Level 2]] = $item[irradiated pet snacks];
    	semi_rare[$location[The Outskirts of Cobb's Knob]] = $item[Knob Goblin lunchbox];
    Comment out any semi_rare options you don't want it to consider in the SVN version. Use svn sync to copy your changes to the active copy.

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    Hmm... so there's no way to use the counter script, but have it NOT get the semi-rares? I had found a setting that was auto-semirare that I set to false, but it didn't fix it.

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    Why do you want it to use it if you aren't getting semi-rares? You can turn them off or on in ronin/hardcore, but nobody ever expressed the concern of wanting the script, but for it to not do anything. Please explain.

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    Ah, I guess I didn't realize its sole purpose was for auto-getting semi-rares. I thought it provided counters for many things. I added it because bumcheek's ascension script required it... I didn't really look at it.

    Thanks for explaining.

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