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03.06.2012, 19:32 #1
How are you running multiple Diablo 3 windows?
Like the title says, how are you running more than one D3 window to get ready for the bot?
03.06.2012, 20:19 #2
I made a separate directory for my second window, and not sure this parts really needed, but on my second shortcut I added -launch to the end of the target. Not seeing any extra lag from running 2.
Hope this helps.
07.06.2012, 12:48 #3
I am not sure if thas what he asked, when u try to launch 2 diablos it says diablo 3 is already running and wont let u, is there a way to change that?
07.06.2012, 14:10 #4
copy ur diablo3 folder to somewhere else, change its name (dont know if its neccesary), go to ur diablo3 copied folder and go to diablo III.exe, right click and make shortcut, now go to shortcut and right click on it, go to properties and where u have like "D:\lolz\diablo3,exe" -launch (add: -launch at the and) and now u can run multiple diablo3 instances
Last edited by brandony; 07.06.2012 at 14:40.
07.06.2012, 14:12 #5
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07.06.2012, 15:16 #7
Im getting crazy loading times when starting clients this way, screen turns gray for 15+ seconds. Another bot which i shall not name has a way of launching it which prevents this would love some info on that and on how to do it manually.
07.06.2012, 18:44 #8
You could always try IsBoxer + Innerspace, it allows you to run multiple instances with different window layouts and provides instant window swapping between clients. There is a free 7-day trial, then $15USD for 3 months or $50USD for 1 year. Not sure if it will fix your slow launch times though.
07.06.2012, 18:50 #9
without -launch u cant even start two instances, so yeah i am using that but at startup or leaving game or starting games it just gives gray screen for 15+ sec on (2+)nd games...
07.06.2012, 18:58 #10