Tanji is back
Tanji has been open to public for a while now and latest builds and source are once again available at Arachis' Tanji github repository - HERE!
Speaqer on 24-10-2019 01:46
As most people know, Tanji has been patched by Sulake. A few things have been tweaked in the swf that breaks the current Tanji version. The primary reason for this to happen is because people have been abusing the shit out of the Tween bot and other custom botting tools. Which is the reason Sulake took new measures to prevent people from doing so.
So what happens next?
Tanji and its codebase have been closed for public, and will be for the coming time. As far as I know Arachis will not yet release another version shortly.
For now, you can use the G-Earth packetlogger developed by Jonas, which also provides you with serverside injection, and plugins. You can find the Linux and Windows release at the download section or at the original Github repo from Jonas.
Squiz on 16-01-2019 13:28
Comments & more
Updatez!! I had a little spare time so I decided to finish up the comment feature for Darkbox Urban, the original plan was to also include the pm system I was developing but I was not yet satisfied with the result so I left that out. I'm still uncertain if I'll finish the feature at all.
So, you can now place comments under tutorials, downloads and tanji articles (dev and support pages). Which is pretty cool. I also did a few small changes in the User CP, it looks a bit cleaner now and I combined most pages there into one.
I also uploaded a few new items to the tutorials section, more content will follow shortly after. I have a few weeks off at the end of this month so I am planning to finally add all older tools and tutorials to Urban.
Squiz on 05-12-2018 18:27
It has been pretty quiet around Darkbox the last few months, due to a few reasons I won't bother explaining. Anyway, I have been pushing updates over time to the code base of Darkbox and I still have a huge backlog of cool features that are in development and are gonne be developed sooner or later.
Also, Arachis released a new working Tanji version which you can download if you click: HERE -- you can view the official release on Github HERE. I've also added the download to the Tanji versions overview.
Squiz on 21-09-2018 17:11
Today I published five tutorials about how to get started with Tanji plugin development. You can find them in the development section of Tanji. It covers setting up a Windows Forms project as plugin and I explain how to use hashes, how to send packets, and triggers. Also I was building a CS furni spawner (pls not another one jeez..) but I lost intrest in it and I won't bother finishing it I guess.
I will probably release it anyway and add the source of it aswell, maybe its intresting to check out if you want to develop Tanji plugins. And I might do a few more plugin tutorials to create a tool similar to this one (or suggest something else). Another short note: I have exams the coming weeks so I won't be around much.
Squiz on 23-05-2018 19:12