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  1. Hi, what is the best method for relogin to bot if e.g. on NoConnection disconnect. e.g. 1st step login with steam-sessions and save refreshToken 2nd step login to steam-client with refreshToken and save loginKey 3rd step if NoConnection disconnect use login key or refreshToken and how long alive refreshToken and how to regenerate ? only relogin w/ steam-session, if steam-client throw InvalidPassword
  2. Been having this problem with the ".getActiveFriendMessageSessions()" methood for days This is my code: const SteamUser = require('steam-user'); const SteamTotp = require('steam-totp'); const clientTiftoo = new SteamUser(); const logOnParmsTiftoo = { accountName: "account", password: "password", twoFactorCode: SteamTotp.generateAuthCode('authcode') } clientTiftoo.logOn(logOnParmsTiftoo) console.log("logged in successfully") const hi = clientTiftoo.chat.getActiveFriendMessageSessions({}, (err, res) => {console.log(err)}) console.log(hi) This is the error that comes up: C:\Users\mosta\Desktop>node bot2.js Logged in successfully Promise { <pending> } Error: Request timed out at Timeout._onTimeout (C:\Users\mosta\node_modules\@doctormckay\stdlib\components\promises.js:17:12) at listOnTimeout (node:internal/timers:559:17) at processTimers (node:internal/timers:502:7) While i'm at it, i'm trying to make my bot log in, read and respond to all unread messages, then log out and close the script. is this method the best way to iterate through unread messages and respond to them? Thanks alot in advance! Note: the code runs for about 10 seconds before timing out
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