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timgfx

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  1. I see, I was under the assumption that I could use `time_historical_cutoff` to only get trade offers from after that timestamp, but that assumption was incorrect. Thank you!
  2. I am attempting to fetch all active offers after some timestamp, however this does not seem to work on sent trades (I have not tested this for received trades) Does this endpoint simply only apply the cutoff to received trades? I don't see steam-tradeoffer-manager doing any filtering so I'm confused about what to expect. Im correctly converting timestamps to steam unix time (seconds since epoch), and have tried using both `true/false` and `1/0` for the query parameters. Both yield the same result
  3. I used process.env = {}; at the start of my code. That broke stuff
  4. Stack Trace: TypeError: Path must be a string. Received undefined at assertPath (path.js:28:11) at Object.join (path.js:489:7) at userData (C:\Users\timol\Desktop\myFolder\node_modules\appdirectory\lib\appdirectory.js:16:25) at AppDirectory._setTemplates (C:\Users\timol\Desktop\myFolder\node_modules\appdirectory\lib\appdirectory.js:134:34) at new AppDirectory (C:\Users\timol\Desktop\myFolder\node_modules\appdirectory\lib\appdirectory.js:129:10) at new SteamUser (C:\Users\timol\Desktop\myFolder\node_modules\steam-user\index.js:104:34) at my files This is steam-user index.js:104. This was always there, so this is weird. The exact same thing happens in steam-tradeoffer-manager this.options.dataDirectory = (new AppDirectory({ "appName": "node-steamuser", "appAuthor": "doctormckay" })).userData();
  5. The thing is that I'm not logging in. I'm registering, then going to /edit?welcomed=1, grabbing a new sessionid there and doing some other things with the account. It works perfectly fine, I got all the cookies I need afaik so I don't really see what is different from logging in or relogging. Any ideas? Edit: Including those when registering changed nothing.
  6. I already found the answer; mobile headers/cookies. Now my question is whether you need anything else besides that? What I am doing right now isn't working, it still tells me that my account is restricted etc etc. Cookies I set for steamcommunity.com: mobileClientVersion=0 (2.1.3) mobileClient=android Steam_Language And headers: X-Requested-With: 'com.valvesoftware.android.steam',Referer: 'https://steamcommunity.com/mobilelogin?oauth_client_id=DE45CD61&oauth_scope=read_profile%20write_profile%20read_client%20write_client',User-Agent: 'Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 4.1.1; en-us; Google Nexus 4 - 4.1.1 - API 16 - 768x1280 Build/JRO03S) AppleWebKit/534.30 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/534.30',Accept: 'text/javascript, text/html, application/xml, text/xml, */*' These are both taken from node-steamcommunity. What I'm doing is registering an account, and trying to activate 2fa. But I am not able to get the oauth token because I can't access /chat. I tried using the values above in all my requests and still it doesn't work. I can't find anything else I would have to add in node-steamcommunity. The only real difference is that I am registering instead of logging in, could that be the problem or am I missing something?
  7. getExchangeDetails wouldnt work because my trade apparently didn't have a tradeID set. I couldn't find tradeID being set anywhere in TradeOffer.js's code, and it probably isn't meant to be TradeOffer.id either because that's also being checked for. Any ideas?
  8. Also make sure to provide your steamcommunity instance when creating a new tradeoffermanager instance, this makes tradeoffermanager use steamcommunity’s request instance which will make sessionExpired work with tradeoffermanager too
  9. Try replicating the exact requests your browser sends when creating an account
  10. The problem is that you’re using my shitty leaked bot :Kappa: Remove this line: language: “en”, And it’ll work. That line caches descriptions which really adds up when loading many items. Node has a default memory limit of just under 2GB. This limit can be changed as shown here: https://futurestud.io/tutorials/node-js-increase-the-memory-limit-for-your-process. I would just run it without changing the allocated memory though (unless you run into more issues) Also don’t use leaked code xd
  11. This is against the steam tos so watch out when doing this. You should check how steam the steam site sends requests when you list an item and replicate that
  12. Valve changed it, it has nothing to do with steam-user.
  13. You can use node-steamcommunity's sessionExpired event to detect when your session expires, which is when you want to refresh/update your cookies. You can do this by calling steam-user's webLogOn method
  14. Ahh I thought the description of the escrowDays property indicated that that value would be the highest cooldown between the user and the trade partner, thanks for you response:)
  15. Their descriptions say that Steam uses the larger value between you and the other user - would this mean that if either the bot or the trade partner have a trade cooldown that both of the escrowDays values will be the same amount?
  16. Answer: No, I thought vanityURL was emitted whenever it was retrieved from steam.This was not the case, it is emitted if the vanityURL changes. So it will not emit at all, it will just be set at log in (SteamUser.vanityURL)
  17. Nope. This library simply executes web requests (or protobufs) and handles cookies etc. It could technically do it but I doubt that itll be added since it's not something steam's server does, the library would have to do a lot more too
  18. I don't think that's implemented. You could scrape instead. I suggest using the node modules request and cheerio
  19. I'm having some problems with this - not a big deal but I'd still like to know. Somehow some cards I am receiving in a trade don't have a market_hash_name. As far as I know all cards are marketable, so how is it possible that it doesn't have a market_hash_name? Language is set if that matters Edit: Language is only needed for descriptions right? I'd rather not use it because of all the descriptions it'll load but am not sure if that's actually how it works
  20. A friend of mine got all his items taken by that exact profile too. The thing is that some guy helped him set up the bot, and could just download the config..
  21. This is what I'm talking about: https://github.com/DoctorMcKay/node-steam-tradeoffer-manager/wiki/TradeOfferManager#constructoroptions Unlike the steam property it isn't said what it's for. What I expect it to do is use its request thing, but I'm not too sure
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