So, many of you have talked to me and asked questions concerning alts and how to log them easily without having to use the normal minecraft launcher. This guide goes in depth on how to log your alts, one or many, and how to write basic scripts to make them send you messages, run commands, and other useful things. Firstly, we'll start by downloading minecraft console client from the Minecraft Forum page for it. http://www.minecraftforum.net/forum...-win-mac-linux-minecraft-console-client-1-8-3 Secondly, we're going to set up console client. This part is quick and easy. 1. Drag the zipped console client package into a folder, title this folder "Console Client". 2. Using a program such as WinRAR, WinZIP, or 7ZIP, right click the zipped file and select "extract here". 3. Now that we've installed console client, we'll set up our first .bat file, where we can log 1 or more accounts into any server we specify. a) Right click and create a new text document. b) open the text document, and add the following line Code: START /MIN MinecraftClient.exe USERNAME PASSWORD pvp.gontroller.com c) Go to the top left and click File > Save as, and name it "!Loggingtemplate.bat", under file type, select "ALL". In order to make .bat files to log in one account, simply copy and paste this file, rename it to the account name, and change the USERNAME and PASSWORD info to that of the account. d) Double clicking this .bat file does nothing for right now. This is our template, we will use it to create other scripts that will log one alt. In order to log more than one alt, follow steps a, b, and c, but instead use this group of code, copied for as many accounts as you need. Code: start /min MinecraftClient.exe USERNAME PASSWORD pvp.gontroller.com timeout 15 start /min MinecraftClient.exe USERNAME PASSWORD pvp.gontroller.com timeout 15 start /min MinecraftClient.exe USERNAME PASSWORD pvp.gontroller.com timeout 15 start /min MinecraftClient.exe USERNAME PASSWORD pvp.gontroller.com timeout 15 e) this script will instead log all alts listed, waiting 15 seconds in-between attempts. Use separate files named after your separate buffers to log them. Try not to make these scripts larger than 30 accounts, and make sure to check that all of your accounts were logged in successfully. Now, you may notice that all of these accounts stay logged in, and a LOT of console client boxes are being opened. We can fix this by setting up a default script to log the accounts after a short time. We'll start by setting up the "MinecraftClient.ini" file. First we need to change a few settings here. a) Open MineCraftClient.ini by double clicking, and scroll down to the bottom of the file. Under [ScriptScheduler] change "enabled=false" to "enabled=true". b) Change "tasksfile=tasks.ini" to "tasksfile=mainscript.ini". Now that our console client has been directed to a file, we need to create the file that will execute commands and log in your accounts. Create a new text document and copy the following code into it. Code: [Task] triggeronLogin=true script=mainscript.txt Go to top right and File > save as, and save as "mainscript.ini" Under file types, select "ALL". Close out of that file. Create a new text document, and copy the following code into it. Code: wait 5 send /mail send Barney Thank you for signing up for the demonic mailing list! wait 20 disconnect Go to top right and File > save as, and save as "mainscript.txt" Under file types, keep it as Text Documents. This script will login, wait half of a second, then send @Barney A wonderful message, wait 2 seconds, then disconnect and close the window. In order to change the script at a later time, take a look at the ReadMe file under "Internal Commands" which includes some info on commands you can use. Simple and easy. There are many other ways to accomplish the same thing, this is just how I do it. If you'd like to figure out some other cool tricks, look at the ReadMe file. Stay away from automated relogging of alts and the reco command, as they may be deemed bannable by admins, and can be easily seen on console. Hope this helped!