The Lootshare update had also included: A change was made to the OSRS gold mechanics when a player is killed by a monster. Your items will remain on the ground only visible to you for one minute should you wish to return to regain them. After that, anyone nearby will be able to see them. Formerly, if a player died to some monster the products were appearing immediately for everyone.
The person being assisted should not receive any XP since they are doing something they shouldn't be able to do. They haven't worked hard like their high Leveled buddy so that they do not deserve to receive any experience. However, I suppose a toggle switch would be Ok though I don't agree with giving out free XP. . .but....what if, let's say, somebody has multiple accounts with elevated levels and a single pure. They have two computers also log the pure on one and one of the high ones on the other. They can now give free exp into the pure, log off the first high level, get on the next, and repeat.Even when there was a exp limit, this could still get extremely mistreated... You get a significant point there. I will think about a way to prevent this type of abuse.
Should you read the Old school rs gold Manual, JaGex states,"You can earn a maximum of 30,000 experience in any 24-hour interval by helping people". I think that's enough to prevent people from providing free XP to their pures. Plus ? Is such a little bit of XP it likely would not even be worth doing. They would have to continue to keep their primary logged in and in a 20 square radius of one another.