OneClick - Settings

Introduction

The Settings View gives you more control over OneClick and AutoSolve, allowing you to configure a Discord Webhook to enable notifications, enable Password Lock, modify how the Accounts are run, configure max open browser limits, and more.

Setup & Recommendations

  • Ensure that you read the description and understand what each setting does before modifying it to avoid changing things in an unintended way. You can use the Reset > App Config to reset the application-specific settings.

General

1. Navigate to the Settings > General section in OneClick.

2. From the General Tab, you can configure settings like the AYCD/Discord Webhook to be used to send notifications to your Discord Channel

3. To view your logs or share them with us when troubleshooting, click the Package Logs button.

4. You can view Release Notes by clicking the Release Notes button.

5. You can save your data with the Save All Data button. You can configure a Keyboard Shortcut for this setting. You can learn more about Keyboard Shortcuts below.

6. You can easily create backups, restore backups, and reset your application in the Backup/Restore/Reset section, which you can read about more here.

7. If OneClick takes up too much system space, the Cleanup Old Files button will delete old files that are no longer necessary for the program to run without signing out of your sessions.

8. You can use the Move Resource Directory feature to transfer OneClicks files to a different location, even if that location is another drive.

9. After configuring the General section, click the Save button.

Password Lock

1. The password lock feature enables you to add an extra layer of protection by creating a unique password that will be required anytime the program is idle for a specified time or when initially opened. You can learn more about the password lock feature here.

ChatGPT Service

1. You can view your Balance for the AYCD Text AI in the Settings > ChatGPT Service section. AYCD provides 100,000 free Tokens per month, which can be used when creating Text Content in OneClick or when using AI Tools in Profile Builder and Inbox.

2. If you run out of AYCD Tokens or want to use your OpenAI Key, add it to the API Key section.

3. You can specify the maximum number of tokens per request in the Max Tokens field.

4. You can specify which chat model to use in the Chat Model Type dropdown.

5. After configuring the ChatGPT Service section, click the Save button.

Inbox Service

1. Input your Inbox API Key to the API Key field. You can enable the Inbox API and find your API Key in Inbox | Settings > Tasks. Click here and read the Tasks section of the Inbox | Settings > Tasks guide to learn more about the Inbox API. 

2. Input the name of your Mail Task Template in the Default Mail Task Template Name field.

3. Input the name of your SMS Task Template in the Default SMS Task Template Name field.

4. After configuring the Inbox Service section, click the Save button.

Keyboard Shortcuts

1. Navigate to the Settings > Keyboard Shortcuts section of OneClick. You can configure hotkeys to various actions in the Keyboard Shortcuts section. 

2. Click the Enable Keyboard Shortcuts button. A dialog will appear asking if you want to enable keyboard shortcuts. Please read the dialog and click the Yes button.

3. Select an Action to which you want to assign a hotkey and click the Edit button or right-click> edit.

4. The Edit Keyboard Shortcut Dialog will appear. You can configure a key combination to trigger the selected Action in this dialog. 

5. You can specify whether or not the main program window must be focused for the keyboard shortcut to work with the Require App Focus checkbox.

6. After configuring the Keyboard Shortcuts section, click the Save button.

Notifications

1. Navigate to the Settings > Notifications section of OneClick. You can specify specific webhook URLs for various notification types in OneClick.

2. If you want to enable specific notifications, click the checkbox next to the Notification. You are not required to fill in a webhook if you have a webhook saved in Settings > General.

3. If you want the Notification to be sent to a different webhook from what's saved in Settings > General, you can specify one in the Notification Tile. 

4. When you have finished configuring the Notifications section, click the Save button.

Features

1. In the Settings > Features section, you can easily activate Discord Rich Presence and display that you're playing OneClick by AYCD on your Discord status.

2. Click Allow Chrome Extensions from the Chrome Web Store to allow the installation of Chrome extensions from the Chrome Web Store. Some extensions can interfere with our browser controller and cause issues.

3. After configuring the Features section, click the Save button.

Accounts/Solvers

1. In the Settings > Accounts/Solvers section, you can configure farming tasks to sleep overnight in a specific timezone with the Sleep Accounts/Solvers at Night dropdown. You should choose a timezone that matches your proxy region.
2. The Configure Scripts button will allow you to customize which Google activities you want your tasks to generate activity with.

3. You can use the Clear All Cache Files button to clear the cache files of all browsers. This does not remove your login or session data cookies. Clearing All Cache Files will clear the cache of images, javascript files, video files, and more. This is also useful if the system running OneClick has low storage space.

4. The Automatic Cache Cleanup setting can be used on a device with low disk space. This will automatically run when the browser is closed after farming or using specific account tools. We recommend setting this value to Partial or Disabled.

5. You can specify which website to use when testing reCaptcha v2 in the reCaptcha v2 Test Site dropdown.

6. You can specify which website to use when testing reCaptcha v3 in the reCaptcha v3 Test Site dropdown.

7. If you want to receive notifications when errors occur, enable the Send Errors to Discord checkbox.

8. If you want your tasks to stop attempting to login and close the browser when a manual action is required, enable the Stop Login on Manual Action Required checkbox.

9. If you want to disable the warning shown when you are using an account tool for an account with insufficient time spent farming, enable the Disable Farm Time Warning for Account Tools checkbox. We only recommend enabling this setting if you know what you are doing. 

10. If you want to disable the warmup procedure after an account is started, enable the Disable Pre-Warmup for Accounts checkbox. We only recommend enabling this setting if you know what you are doing. 

11. Enable the Ignore Connection Errors checkbox if you want to ignore connection errors while farming and allow tasks that encounter this error to continue farming in future cycles.

12. If your password is changed randomly during the farming/login flow, enable the Include New Password in Password Changed Webhook checkbox if you would like your password to be included in webhook notifications.

13. After configuring the Accounts/Solvers section, click the Save button.

Advanced

1. Navigate to Settings > Advanced. You can configure how many browser tasks run simultaneously in this section.

2. You can specify how many tasks run at once while farming with a proxy in the Max Running Accounts field in the Farming (Proxy) section. By default, this value is set to 0. When set to 0, OneClick will automatically detect a safe amount of tasks to run simultaneously.

3. You can specify how many tasks run at once while farming without a proxy in the Max Running Accounts field in the Farming (Localhost) section. You should run a maximum of 2 accounts without a proxy.

4. You can specify how many tasks run simultaneously when using AutoSolve in the AutoSolve Browser Limit field. By default, this value is set to 0. When set to 0, OneClick will automatically detect a safe amount of tasks to run simultaneously.

5. AYCD Browser and Chrome Browser have independent limits due to their variation in intensity. You can click between each tab to configure each browser type.

6. After configuring the Advanced section, click the Save button.

AutoSolve | General

1. Navigate to Settings > AutoSolve | General. You can configure various settings related to AutoSolve here.

2. The Max Manual Solves At Once setting determines how many solvers can have a status of Manual Solve Required (MSR) before AutoSolve sends additional challenges to third-party solvers you have enabled. Then, as you manually solve the challenges locally, requests will be sent to local solvers until you reach this maximum again. A default limit of 0 means no MSR challenges will be sent to other solving services. You should leave this value at 0.

3. The Third Party Overflow Percentage setting determines how many requests will be sent to your available third-party services when the requests are in queue for local solvers/accounts. For example, if you have 10 local solvers/accounts and receive 10 requests, all of your solvers/ accounts will be busy solving. Nothing will be sent to third-party services. However, if you receive 10 more requests while those are still being solved, and your overflow percentage is set to 20%, the last 2 of those 10 requests will be sent to third-party services. If you want to use multiple third-party providers, we recommend using this setting.

4. The AutoSolve Mode setting should be set to Recommended mode. Recommended mode will automatically configure AutoSolve with our recommended settings and prevent changing them. Custom will allow more control over how AutoSolve works, but you will need to know what you are doing. 

5. The Automatically Farm Solvers while using AutoSolve setting, determines if you would like Accounts and/or Solvers to farm when they are scheduled for AutoSolve automatically. If you enable this setting, when you start AutoSolve, your scheduled Solvers will automatically begin farming after a short time. To get scheduled Solvers, you need to have more Solvers running than what you specify in the AutoSolve Browser Limit field in Settings > Advanced. For example, if AutoSolve Browser Limit is set to 25, you should have at least 50 Solvers. 25 of your Solvers will be ready to solve captchas in AutoSolve mode, while the other 25 automatically farm. 

6. Enable the Cancel the AutoSolve task when you close the local browser solving it setting if you want the AutoSolve task to be cancelled when you close the browser.

7. Enable the Automatically enable AutoSolve AI when Local Accounts/Solvers are activated setting if you want AutoSolve AI to be automatically enabled when you start AutoSolve.

8. After configuring the AutoSolve | General section, click the Save button.

AutoSolve AI

1. Navigate to Settings > AutoSolve | AI in OneClick. You can configure settings related to AutoSolve AI when farming in this section.

2. If you have AutoSolve AI, you should enable the Automatically test reCaptcha while farming checkbox. Testing and solving captchas is another way to prove to Google that you are a human.
3. You can specify which captcha types are automatically tested in the Automatic reCaptcha Test Mode dropdown. 

4. You can specify the frequency of automatic tests for reCaptcha v2 in the Automatic reCaptcha v2 Test Frequency field.

5. You can specify the frequency of automatic tests for reCaptcha v3 in the Automatic reCaptcha v3 Test Frequency field.

6. If you have AutoSolve AI, enable the Enable AutoSolve AI for manual reCaptcha testing checkbox. If this setting is enabled, when manually testing for reCaptcha v2, AutoSolve AI will automatically solve the challenge.

7. You can enable the Stop all solvers when AutoSolve AI balance is zero checkbox if you want all accounts/solvers to be stopped when your AutoSolve AI balance is zero.

8. After configuring the AutoSolve | AI section, click the Save button.

AutoSolve AI Desktop

1. Navigate to Settings > AutoSolve | AI Desktop in OneClick. You can configure settings related to AutoSolve AI Desktop in this section.

2. If you use a home PC, you should set the Desktop Mode setting to Home. If you are using a server, you should set the Desktop Mode setting to Server. If you want to use a custom delay, you should set the Desktop Mode setting to Custom.

3. If you set Desktop Mode to Custom, you can set a custom Action Delay (ms).

4. If you want AI Desktop to solve reCaptcha challenges automatically, enable the Enable support for reCaptcha challenges checkbox. 

5. If you want AI Desktop to solve hCaptcha challenges automatically, enable the Enable support for hCaptcha challenges checkbox. 

6. If you want to receive a notification when AutoSolve AI Desktop is enabled/disabled, enable the Send AYCD/Discord Webhook when AutoSolve AI Desktop is toggled on/off checkbox.

7. After configuring the AutoSolve | AI Desktop section, click the Save button.

AutoSolve | reCaptcha V2, reCaptcha v3, hCaptcha, GeeTest, FunCaptcha, DataDome, and Cloudflare Turnstile 

1. In the sections for Settings > reCaptcha V2 and hCaptcha, you have the option to customize the solving speed of the challenge according to your preferences in the Solve Speed dropdown. We recommend keeping this set to Normal to ensure the account/solver is not rate-limited or flagged.

2. If you want AutoSolve AI to use complex mouse movements when solving, enable the Use Complex Mouse Movements checkbox. We do not recommend enabling this setting.

3. If you want to use the proxy assigned to your Account/Solver and ignore the proxy sent with an AutoSolve captcha request, enable the Always Use Account/Solver Proxy (Ignore Solve Request Proxy) checkbox. We only recommend enabling this setting if you know what you are doing.

4. If you want to receive a webhook notification when an account/solver needs a manual solve, enable the Send Webhook When Manual Solve Required checkbox. 

5. You can specify the maximum number of solves that can be performed at the same time for each captcha type with the Max Concurrent Solves setting. This setting is useful when solving multiple captcha types since some captchas are more intensive on your machine than others.

6. After configuring your settings, click the Save button.

 

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