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Is it ok to run mutiple clients now? (no hacks)

itsallgreek2meitsallgreek2me
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edited October 2016 in General Chat
I know it was illegal in the past cause you had to hack to do it. But if you use the manual client and the nexon launcher client both can run at the same time without hacking. I'm wondering because I only have 1 computer and wanted to make a kishin mule on another account. Also if it's not then your basiccally encouraging ppl to do that once they find out.

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  • RexaarRexaar
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    edited October 2016
    It is not ok to run multiple MapleStory on one computer.
    Doesn't work, MapleStory knows that it already running and will not start a second one
  • Saint333Saint333
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    edited October 2016
    If you know how to use VM software you could multi client without hacks.
    QEMU and ReactOS should probably work.
  • AKradianAKradian
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    edited October 2016
    Saint333
    Saint333 said:

    If you know how to use VM software you could multi client without hacks.
    QEMU and ReactOS should probably work.
    It's not hacks but it's "third party tools" and that's not allowed either.
  • XeraphimXeraphim
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    edited October 2016
    Because buying a laptop isn't the best idea? What? Get a refurbished one cheap. Then you can "dualbox."

    Have a peek: https://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Laptops/Refurbished,/condition,/133/subcat.html

    Soon you will be saying "EHRMAHGERD, I spend more than that on cubing an item!"