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    free or lifetime subscription alternatives to Pocket Gnome

    So Pocket Gnome just went subscription. I don't mind paying to support programs I like, but not subscription. If they did something like honorbuddy and had a lifetime membership cost I'd gladly pay that. That's not the case though so now I'm in the market for a new Mac bot. Any suggestions?

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    Is it only for Macs?

    If you can use it on windows aswell, then send me the link to the actual bot and I'll attempt to crack it for you (unless the creator is an MMOwned member).


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    Thanks Igzz, but it's just for Macs. I'm surprised there aren't more Mac bots out there, considering Macs are great for piracy and all sorts of mischief

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    bo0gieman, is MAC & PC, though it's not free. though that's the only 2 that run on mac.

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    Originally Posted by Igzz View Post
    Is it only for Macs?

    If you can use it on windows aswell, then send me the link to the actual bot and I'll attempt to crack it for you (unless the creator is an MMOwned member).
    PocketGnome was mainly created by Tanaris4. But as far as i know, a company took the main programming part now.

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    No, you have your facts wrong. It was actually started and maintained by GnomeOverlord and it wasn't freeware. When he left, Tanaris4 picked it up and made it opensource, and it was free for about a year. Now it has gone commercial again since Tanaris4 was spending to much time on it and it cut his workhours. Together with other admins he integrated it into a company, but is still under his and others leading and supervision. Tanaris4 is at the moment working on it and pushing releases like never before

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    Originally Posted by Baaja View Post
    No, you have your facts wrong. It was actually started and maintained by GnomeOverlord and it wasn't freeware. When he left, Tanaris4 picked it up and made it opensource, and it was free for about a year. Now it has gone commercial again since Tanaris4 was spending to much time on it and it cut his workhours. Together with other admins he integrated it into a company, but is still under his and others leading and supervision. Tanaris4 is at the moment working on it and pushing releases like never before
    Ah damn. You're right. I totally forgot about GnomeOverlord. *shame on me*

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    They did great work, I just don't want to pay a subscription. Any possibility of a one-time lifetime membership fee? *fingerscrossed*

    Also, any links to bo0gieman? A cursory google search gave me nothing.

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    Originally Posted by pakman32o View Post
    They did great work, I just don't want to pay a subscription. Any possibility of a one-time lifetime membership fee? *fingerscrossed*

    Also, any links to bo0gieman? A cursory google search gave me nothing.
    Why not PM tanaris4 about it?
    He might add it if enough people are looking for it.

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    lolllll

    I'm the lead developer still, FYI

    Edit: No plans for non-subscription/lifetime options, sorry guys. There is a discount for students though.
    Last edited by Tanaris4; 05-12-2011 at 04:51 PM.
    https://tanaris4.com

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    I wish it was free like befroe. It was fun as it lasted!

    R.I.P Pocket gnome

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