No longer free use of bot?

bot-interface
eve-online

#1

So i take it you can’t use the bot for free anymore?

Failed to prepare the bot:
You have exhausted your free bot use time. Free use of bots is limited to 120 minutes.
Using a bot costs 16 credits per minute.


#2

It depends on what you contribute.
Contributors can use the new Bot UI for free. Here is what I see on the website at http://manage.botengine.org/credits/GetCreditsForFree:

Contributors receive credits for free.
Did you make a tutorial, shared a bot or contributed in some other form?
You can contact staff on the forum or via email to receive your free BotEngine credits or bot operation key.


#3

Is this service required new account or i can use login/password from this forum?


#4

Hello Terpla, the forum login does not work there. To use the new bot UI, you need an account at http://manage.botengine.org/login

When you have an account there, let me know so I can add credits to your account.


#5

Hello, Viir. Your system is amazing! I’m writing scripts for this bot and have some wonderful hours for writing. If you want i can send script for Angels anomally on Vexor Navy. But i’m writing this on old version of bot. New with credits…)


#6

Thank you. :+1:

I do not have a such a use-case myself, but maybe there are other people interested in such script. :thinking:


#7

hello im pretty new trying to setup and use the bot figured i would post here to start contributing any way i can


#8

Does this mean only developers can use the bots &keys? I don’t understand as a user how can I contribute.

I’m looking to use sanderling for eve mining to assist -not for afk mining - on multiple clients/monitors. Would do myself but carpel tunnel says otherwise lol.

I’ve registered an account to get an opkey and want to find out more on how the bot licensing works before I invest more time setting up, playing around with the program etc.


#9

No, there is no such restriction. The bots and keys can be used by everyone. Also, contributions are not limited to developers.