- This setting represents the additional time your ship needs after it is undocked in order to ensure that it is a certain distance from the station.
- The approximate time it takes for your ship to warp from the station to an asteroid belt. A setting of 75 seconds works well for most ships but you may need to tune this option to match your specific skills and setup, or to take lag into account. You can decrease this time or add a little overhead for safety and better performance
- This is the number of mining lasers equipped on your ship. STEALTH MINER will lock each laser onto its own asteroid in order to maximize yield.
- In order to maximize yield STEALTH MINER will reset the lasers at the specified interval. This is especially useful for strip miners, which have a 3 minute duration. Asteroids are often depleted long before that time. Using this reset interval you can calculate how many cycles are needed to fill up your ship's hold.
- This setting is where you note how long it takes for your ship to target and lock asteroids.
(As an approximation. It is best to err on the high side.)
- This is the number of asteroid belts bookmarked and placed in your Mining Folder. The more the merrier of course, so take your time and set these bookmarks carefully. You only need to do it once. STEALTH MINER will warp randomly between these belts, and you'll never be in the same place twice in a row. This mimics the randomness of human behavior as well as helping to maximize your mining yield. It's harder to deplete a belt if you're not returning to is and random movements make it harder for people to track where you are.
-To run STEALTH MINER properly you must select if you are mining regular ore (like veldspar, scordite, etc.) or if you are performing ice mining.
(Make sure you read up on effective setups for ore and ice mining on the Tips page.)
- This option makes it so that at the end of each mining cycle you will always unlock current asteroids and lock on to the first ones in your Overview's Mining tab.
If you don't check this option, the bot will lock a new asteroid only when an asteroid has been depleted.
- When there are no asteroids in your mining range you can this option to approach new asteroids and start mining them.
- Use this option when mining ice. Ice asteroids are huge in size and they are never depleted. As such it is often useful to lock all lasers onto a single ice asteroid.
- Use this Hot Key when you want to pause or quit STEALTH MINER.
- Use this Hot Key when you want your ship to return to the station from a belt.
(This will not work while in warp, only while in a belt.)
- You can either unload to your station hangar, a POS Corporate Hangar Array, or jettison the ore into space.
(You can use a second account on another computer to haul the ore from the jettisoned container to the station.)
- If you want to use this option all of the bookmarks in your Mining Folder must be created at 200km distance from the asteroid belt. (Watch the video tutorial in order to learn how to create 200km bookmarks.) In this way STEALTH MINER will warp your ship directly to the closest asteroids each time.
- Use this option if you want to run EVE Online Minimized during mining cycles while mining ICE.
"Run in Stealth Mode"
- Using this feature STEALTH MINER will execute random decisions (based on your configuration) during mining sessions, making the program impossible to detect. Before activating this option, you must do several mining runs in order to be sure that everything works properly, and you must also ensure that your EVE client has been set up exactly as described in the tutorial.