jeffn: I've pointed this countless times and I'll say it again: The truth is that you don't have to learn how to code in order to make a configuration, just learn some basics about HTTP protocol and Regex, and then use your logic which I hope is correct. slynkas: Don't hesitate to do that, if you create it successfully then you'll get an access to the premium section so you could post it there.
The trick is rather simple: Just fully imitate browser requests (excluding requests to third-party content, images and other irrelevant things), and place wait time for 1 or a few seconds after each or on X requests to be more plausible as user action. That will significantly slow down the execution but on the other side you won't get banned if you use it wisely, i.e. for not so long periods of time when running, and occasionally (with more or less breaks - you decide). And that's all what I know about it, so if someone knows more then he can continue with the suggestions of course.
slynkas 1st never use board username to site which your making bot they will surely ban you quickly also like MikiSoft said add a string which will increase on every cycle and make is stop for x seconds when it hit that number. or you can use auto close after x hour in Fine Tunning Section
He meant for the each config when you load into UniBot, instead of starting the process there you can go to Advanced > Make EXE bot and then do that, so you can later run the bots only by double-clicking on them.
Why you just don't try it by yourself? I think that I'm well understandable and you are hopefully not retarded, but if you don't know such simple things then you shouldn't be here... Anyways, don't spam threads anymore with this silly questions, and go on and explore the things which UniBot offers on your own.