I have Sanderling v2019-05-13 and I am trying to use the standard miner bot. I’ve done the setup correctly I think. This includes updating of the overview tab name as a string. The Autopilot bot works well.
I dock at a station and hit start. The bot recognises initially says waiting for undock indefinitely. I manually undock. It finds Asteroid Belt, warps to them, finds asteroids but does no mining then it picks the next belt and warps straight to that.
You did everything right there. The undocking problem looks familiar to me (BotEngine Devlog). I will look into this and get back to you.
To find out what is wrong, I need a screenshot of the game client in that moment where the bot picks the wrong action.
If the bot does not click where it should, we describe the problem using such a screenshot.
The screenshot you posted so far is from a different time right?
I’m also having a problem, the bot doesn’t seem to be able to move, it undocks fine, but then can’t seem to select anything past that, then if a warp to the belt it still can’t do anything, its trying, but can’t get there
it was working fine for a couple of days, but at this stage the bot has used more sanderling credits not mining than it has mining…
-Also downloaded latest mining bot from Viir. Did every step in guide and bot is working fine, but then again I have one little problem. When the bot warps to bookmark in mining belt, it lock up asteroid and start mining just fine, but after first cycle on both miners it says that cargo is full and starts warping back to unload. The only way I could avoid this was to pause bot and start it up again after second cycle of both miners.
Also is there a way to launch drones after warp in and scoop them back before warp out? I know nothing of coding so have no idea how to change anything because the source is github?
Thanks for any answer ^^.
-Edit: Well tested it again and it’s not true that it stops trying to warp back to unload cargo after second cycle, it actually stops after having 990/5000m3 loaded in my venture. then everything works fine again and after another loop (unload, undock) it does the same thing untill I have more than 990m3 in my ore hold.
Reading this, an idea: Maybe it fails to interpret the text which is displayed in the inventory capacity gauge. That threshold you mentioned is close to one thousand. I remember that the EVE Online client displays a thousand separator symbol which can depend on your setup.
Looking at the screenshot you linked, your setup seems to use a whitespace character for this separator.
The reference example texts we used so far for testing were coming from this thread (We assume the EVE Online client uses the same number format for distances (Overview) and capacity (Inventory):
From what I see in that thread is that the training data so far only cover the use of comma (,) as separator.
This seems also consistent with the training data of the current version of the EVE Online framework: