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  1. Oskar


    Howdy mate, You most likely set a very suspicious play and got restricted. There are really five options now: Contact support right now and tell them you were not cheating. (Success Rate: ~ 2%) Contact support three months after your restriction and apologize for cheating and everything else. Do not multi account in that time. (Success Rate: ~ 90%) Play offline. (Success Rate: ~100%) Play on private servers. (Sucess Rate: ~100%) Simply multi account with DejaVu and a VPN in order to spoof your identity. (Success Rate: ~95%) Good luck with that, See you
  2. Haenzel Minecraft QSG!

    1. fraaanz


      LOL do you know him? xD

    2. Oskar


      I used to play Quick Survival Games on GommeHD.net, like two years ago. That was fun, only that I sucked. xD

      Yeah, in turn, I know some players, like him or Qlow; the usual suspects...

  3. Oskar


    What is a good .NET obfuscator? I tried ConfuserEx, but I have never used anything worse than it. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  4. Sent a friend request.
  5. Hello, I am considering buying an osu! account. It should have at least 30 hours of playtime, and a playcount of 3000! If you consider selling an account in the range described above, then message me on Discord: Oskar#0220. I consider a price of five to fifteen dollars, anything in this range is fine. Think about what you can buy from this amount of money. That is enough for one subscription. Thank you! 🙂
  6. Oskar

    Ingame Keybind

    Maybe a custom key bind that you can change? And, also I do not think that besides your tapping, a key bind does not really change your playstyle. Yeah, I understand that it can confuse people, but it would still be a cool addition.
  7. Oskar

    Ingame Keybind

    Hello, This is just a quick thread. However, is it possible to add a key bind that can toggle off Relax DURING a song? This would enable many players to turn it off when they randomly just do not want to play a song anymore, but Relax continues clicking. Not only does it help in these areas, but it will also show many other uses, outside of what I have described above. Thank you, Jakob
  8. Oskar

    Streamer friendly menu

    Exactly. I agree.
  9. Luna

    Busted ^^

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  11. Oskar


    Wait, so there is spectator support now?
  12. Oskar

    Added Supporter

    Yes, I know, but when I try to turn it on, using the arrow keys it still says that it is off. Okay, apparently I will have to press the Enter key, not the arrow key.