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Edited on Jan 26 2017, 2:43 AM by Danielle Girlz
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January 25 2017


In order to clearly distinguish between what is and is not allowed in Old School RuneScape, we have decided to make a change to how we enforce the macroing rule.

Historically, we have not given bans for some usage of programmable mouse keys (such as AutoHotKey). If players kept their usage of such software to an acceptable standard, we would not take action against them. This is no longer the case.

You may now only use your operating system's official default mouse keys program, unless it is to remap a key to any other button.

If we find evidence of you using other forms of mouse keys in game, we will take action against your account.

This change in how we review macroing reports provides a much clearer line between what is and is not acceptable. If you're using your systems default mouse keys, you're playing within the rules.

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